Access Communications Honours Volunteers Provincial Wide
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Regina, SK – National Volunteer Week, April 23rd to 29th, is time to celebrate the 13 million Canadian volunteers and thank them for the selfless work they do to help those around them.
As a co-operative, Access Communications has a special connection with hundreds of volunteers; whether they’re simple people or employees who want to lend a helping hand. Volunteers have the desire to give back to their communities, a core value we share.
We are proud to contribute and make a difference to communities through our Access7 community channels and our registered charity – the Access Communications Children’s Fund – and through corporate social responsibilities like the Labour Day Show N Shine, Pumpkin Patrol and the Access Communications Scholarship Programs. Being focused on our communities and the families within are at the heart of what Access Communications is all about.
"National Volunteer week gives us the chance to honour our over 450 volunteers for their time, energy and talent to improve the well-being of others and make our province an even better place to live,” says Jim Deane, CEO, Access Communications. “We celebrate our volunteers at receptions held provincially to say thank you each and every day for the contributions made across our province by making it an even greater place to live."
Access Communications is a 100% Saskatchewan-owned not-for-profit co-operative that is committed to providing exceptional communications and entertainment services. Our staff, our customers, and our partners are all part of the Access family. We are proud to be part of the communities we live in, reinvesting 100% of our earnings into the over 230 Saskatchewan communities we serve.
For more information contact:
Access Communications Co-operative
Phone: 306-565-5352; toll free: 1-866-211-6334 ext. 5352