Business notes for March 2, 2022

Published: 3/21/2022 1:58:10 PM
Modified: 3/21/2022 1:57:21 PM

US Cellular has launched the After School Access Project to provide free mobile hotspots and services to nonprofits that support kids after school, and provide safe internet access for education. The company has pledged $13 million in hotspots to connect up to 50,000 youths in 2022.

Girls Inc. was named a 2022 Champion in Action for Mental Health Support and Education by Citizens and the New Hampshire Union Leader. The award includes $35,000 in funding, and promotional and volunteer support.

The Works Cafe has been named one of QSR Magazine’s 40/40 hottest startup restaurants in the country.

Engelberth Construction Inc. (EIC) pledged $5,500 to the Friendly Kitchen nonprofit group on Feb. 28 to the group’s executive director, Valerie Guy. This pledge was done as part of EIC’s 2022 charitable campaign.


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