4/14/2017 1:19:20 PM
Great Plains Communications hosting IMPACT program for local nonprofits

Great Plains Communications will be launching the IMPACT Community Program in Broken Bow on Thursday, April 20, 2017. The program offers non-profit organizations the resources to implement specific projects that make a significant difference in the local community.

The goal of the IMPACT program is to provide a unique vehicle to empower community members and organizations to take charge of making a difference by identifying projects that truly matter to area residents. once identified, local non-profit organizations can receive funds to the implement and sustain approved projects that solve a problem, serve a need, and/or further develop the local community.

"Great Plains Communications chose the city of Broken Bow as the focus of the 2017 IMPACT program because of the town's strong commitment to community and their positive attitude towards making changes while maintaining tradition," said Casey Garrigan, Marketing and Sales Relations Manager, Great Plains Communications. "The Broken Bow community tagline is 'rooted, but not standing still.' That says it all."

The program was developed around the idea that civic-minded communities like Broken Bow can come together and identify projects that will have the greatest and most positive IMPACT, and then commit to implementing and sustaining those projects. IMPACT is about people coming together to make great things happen.

The IMPACT kick-off event will take place on Thursday, April 20 at the Cobblestone Hotel and Suites at 2750 South 27th Avenue, in the Plains Equipment Room from 6-7pm. All members of non-profit organizations wishing to learn more about participation are encouraged to attend. 

Courtesy of Great Plains Communications


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