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From left, Patrick Lynch, Wireless Zone location manager and partner, Anthony Vellucci, Olean Center executive Ddirector; Jeanie Herzog, development consultant; Jason Lanzillo, Olean Center Director of Children Services; Bambi Poppick, Jonnycake of Westerly Development Director, Lee Eastbourne, Jonnycake of Westerly Executive Director and Neil Ryan, Wireless Zone Franchise Owner/Partner.

Locally owned and family operated, the Seven Wireless Zone - Verizon Premium Wireless Retailers, made sizeable donations to a number of local non-profit organizations recently. Owners Don Sommers, Dave Moone, Scott Gladstone and Neil Ryan elect several local charities in their territories who go above and beyond to impact the people in need in the community. In addition to their personal store contributions to local charities, five Rhode Island non-profit organizations were selected as Wireless Zone Foundation grant recipients in 2018 and 12 in Connecticut.

The following non-profit organizations were bestowed Wireless Zone Foundation grants: Channel 3 Kids Camp, Center for Hospice Care, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, High Hopes Therapeutic Riding, Jewish Federation of Eastern CT, Lawrence & Memorial Hospital, Waterford Country School, Windham Hospital Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State, Frank Olean Center, Jonnycake Center of Westerly, Operation Stand Down and Substance use and Mental Health Leadership Council of RI. Each recipient organization will receive a total of $5,500. 

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