INETCO Vols was a huge success!
This year we decided to give back to the community that has supported us for over 20 years. As part of International Volunteer Day, INETCO donated a full day to local non-profits in Sumner County.
On December 5th we shut down all but essential duties at the office and went into the field. Our team spent the day installing phone systems, running cabling and providing IT services at non-profits and churches. We were able to give away over $5,000 worth of network gear, phones, and equipment and over 70 hours of labor!
We are so grateful for the opportunity to help out and the response was gratifying. When asked about the impact of the donated phone system we installed at Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center, Laura Stehl said, “We’ve had days where our current phones just don’t work, imagine people who are in crisis and they can’t get through!” Pastor James Johnson, discussing the impact of our cabling project at Gallatin First United Methodist Church got right to the point, “This is huge. This is going to save the church a lot of money!”
The Crew Helping Gallatin First United Methodist Church
Thank you to everyone in the local business community for your support over the years. Thank you to everyone who helped us spread the word about our project so we could have a full schedule. And thank you to our team here at INETCO for your diligence and professionalism in this effort.
Go INETCO Vols!