DFT Communications gives back with ‘Bundle Up for the Holidays’ Tree of Giving
During the upcoming holiday season and as part of an ongoing commitment of giving back to the community, the employees, families, and friends of DFT Communications once again will be conducting the annual holiday “Bundle Up For The Holidays” 2020 campaign to help out a neighbor in need. Donations of hats, mittens, gloves, scarves, socks and blankets and other items are being used to decorate a Christmas tree inside the lobby of The Netsync Store located at 38 Temple St., Fredonia which began Nov. 30 and is running through to Friday, Dec. 18. Through the generosity of so many wonderful people, the annual giving tree continues to be a great success!
“We at DFT are very proud of our commitment to this annual community service project. Our employees and many customers and neighbors are very generous and have donated items to keep those in need warm during the cold weather months for many years now. It warms our hearts to know that we can at least reach out and help some of their needs through this project. We will remain committed to this project for many years to come”, states Dan Siracuse, Marketing & Public Relations Manager with DFT Communications. “This is just one of the many community service projects DFT remains committed to participating in during the year.”
During this time, the tree is brightly decorated with warm items for cold weather donations from DFT Communications employees and families as well as customers, several neighboring residents and even some local businesses. All of the items collected will be presented to representatives from Chautauqua County Rural Ministry who will then distribute the items to families in need to help keep them warmer during this winter season.
Kathleen Peterson, Executive Director of Chautauqua County Rural Ministry also stated, “For many years, the employees and customers of DFT have provided winter warmth to local children and their families. Over this time, it has gone from hats and mittens, to blankets, socks, footies and scarves. The generosity of all involved keeps those less fortunate warm in Northern Chautauqua County.”
“All of our customers as well as everyone in the community are invited and welcome to join in the effort, stated Siracuse. All donations are greatly appreciated. We have already had a tremendous response and there is still plenty of room on our tree for more!”
We wish to extend a warm and heartfelt thank you to everyone who has participated so far this year as well as those who have participated in the past and also for their continued generosity in helping to keep those in need warm during the winter season.