Connectivity Source
7780 Brier Creek Parkway Suite 225
Raleigh, NC   27617
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In The Community

There are many Charity's that we @ Connectiivty Source like to assist (below are a couple of our favorites)

 

Operation Coming Home:

In our annual "Race for our Hero's" benefiting Operation Coming Home we are helping Build homes for our wounded warriors.  This race helped raised enough money to begin the 12th home.    OCH is an all-volunteer based organization with 100% of the proceeds benefiting our wounded warriors.

About Operation coming Home"

Since the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF - Iraq) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF - Afghanistan) over 35,000 men and women have been wounded in combat, about half were so severely wounded they were not returned to duty.

Many of the wounded sustained gunshot wounds, permanent loss of limbs, paralysis and severe neck and head trauma. These men and women will forever bare the scars of protecting our way of life and the freedom we enjoy.

In 2007 OCH decided to create a project for these severely wounded veterans. The mission of this project is to aid a local military service member who were severely wounded in combat, by fulfilling  his/her family desire to live the American Dream of home ownership.

Scott Langdon and SSG Timothy Payne,  house recipient 2015 and author on lulu.com

"The squad Leaders Bargain"

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Cary Rotary Club for Hunger Relief

Over the last ten years, the Cary Rotary Club has raised approximately $250,000 (net) for hunger relief, Connectivty source is an active table sponsor of the event. Through donations and hard work Rotary has been able to keep expenses very low, typically under 15 percent of gross contributions, allowing the vast majority of money raised to go directly to local and international hunger relief. Here is how the donations have been distributed:

International Hunger Relief Efforts: 

The club has donated $125,000 to help fund Stop Hunger Now's Million Meals for Children project. The Cary Rotary Club was instrumental in establishing this program and members, family, friends, and volunteers have helped package 3.1 million meals since 2006 in Rotary District 7710.  Meals have gone to feed hungry children in some of the poorest countries in Africa and South America. $21,000 was donated to disaster relief in Southeast Asia (Thailand and Sri Lanka) after the devastating tsunami in 2004. Contributions totaling $16,000 have assisted with hunger relief efforts in Africa (Zimbabwe and Zambia) and Haiti (Gonaives and Port-au-Prince areas).

Local Hunger Relief Efforts:

 $35,000 has been donated to support the Interfaith Food Shuttle. The program we support feeds school children in Wake County during weekends, holidays and breaks. These are children who qualify for free or reduced cost meals at school but often go underfed when school is not in session.  

Society of St. Andrew has received $9,000.  The non-profit organization provides healthy, nutritious produce to food agencies serving the poor at no cost. In 2005, $5,000 in food donations went to relocated victims of Hurricane Katrina.  Contributions totaling $10,000 went towards supporting Meals on Wheels, Shepherd's Table Soup Kitchen, Urban Ministries, From Jesus With Love, and Raleigh Rescue Mission. These organizations provide food, health care and other supplies to the poor and homeless in our area.

 

CauseLife

Every year Connectivity Source supports one of our strategic partners and friends at One Source, with their very special Christmas tradition! Since 2011, they have partnered with CauseLife, a division of World Help, to help provide life-sustaining clean drinking water to people in areas of great need. Since our partnership began, we have helped to construct over 10 clean water wells in villages located in Kenya, Uganda, Guatemala, India, and Honduras.  Provided over 6,500 people with access to clean, safe, drinking water.   This has transformed economies, improved health, and empowered education.