Children's Attention Home Circle of Caring Breakfast Sponsor
York County Emergency Response Team
Children's Attention Home
Northwestern High School
Crime Stoppers Picture
Crime Stoppers Fundraiser
Habitat for Humanity Vehicle Donation
Junior League Gobble Wobble
Toys for Happiness
March of Dimes
November 18, 2010
On behalf of the March of Dimes and the Look Who’s Cookin’ Committee, I would like to thank you for your participation and support to this fundraising event! Without you this event would not make the impact that it does on the lives of babies here in the Midlands and across the country.
The event was a tremendous success, raising more than $14,000 to support the March of Dimes mission to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. Your support directly contributed to our success.
Thank you for continuing to support the March of Dimes. You are truly a champion for babies.
March of Dimes, Midlands Division
Boy Scouts of America
November 1, 2010
Just another note to say thanks for the support of our 2010 Dodgeball event again this year. It was a big success. Over $17,000 raised with 31 teams that played this fall.
Boy Scouts of America
2010 Census Partner
July 14, 2010
Dear 2010 Census Partner:
Thank you for partnering with the U.S. Census Bureau to achieve a complete and accurate census count in 2010. Conducting the decennial census is a massive and vitally important undertaking – one which the Census Bureau could only accomplish with the help and support of partners like you. We appreciate the time and resources your organization dedicated in helping to ensure a successful 2010 Census.
As a census partner, you can take pride in knowing that your organization helped ensure that the communities your serve are accurately represented in Congress and eligible for the funding needed for important community programs, services and facilities. The 2010 Census data will help your organization, community and government make strategically and fiscally sound decisions to stimulate and sustain economic development and growth, and improve the quality of life in every neighborhood.
William W. Hatcher
Best regards, Adrienne Guyett
June 19, 2010
Thank you so much for the generous sponsorship Comporium gave us for the Sherry York Kitts Ribbonfest benefitting the York County Cancer Association.
Your donation will assist in providing screening, treatment, medicine and supplies for cancer patients living in York County, SC.
Our event could not have been a success without your assistance. We look forward to working with you again next year.
Kevin S. Brackett, 16th Circuit Solicitor
| PAUL KUTZ,
Thank you so much for COMPORIUM’s sponsorship of the calendar contest. It is a wonderful way to raise the kids awareness of drugs and violence, while giving them the chance to express themselves creatively. I so much appreciate Comporium’s support.
Kevin S. Brackett, 16th Circuit Solicitor
Thanks, Carolyn McMullen
I would like to personally thank CN2 and John Walker for covering the “Run for Ryan” KLS EVENT. CN2 has done an excellent coverage of this event for the last three years. The KLS Board Members would like to thank CN2 and John Walker for letting the communities know the symptoms of Klein Levine Syndrome. CN2 is a great news station and I look at it daily. If I miss it then I can see it on the internet. The staff at CN2 is very professional and humble. Please continue to provide great coverage for the community and thanks again for your daily services.
Thanks, Leanne Skroban
Come-See-Me Children’s Events would like to thank you for your continued support of the festival. We so appreciate you, and COMPORIUM, being a part of this festival that brings so many happy experiences to the children of Rock Hill.
Comporium Donates Surplus Taurus to Children’s Attention Home
Dear Mr. McFadden,
I would also like to stress that your coverage of the Home has been directly helped us stay afloat through the economic turbulence that we are all facing. Keeping the community updated about the happenings at the Home is and will be vital to the success of the -Children's Attention Home. Coming into the new fiscal year, we estimate that the Home will need to receive 60% of its overall funding from the community to maintain the current level of services we provide.
I am writing to you today in thanks for your donation of the Ford Taurus to the Home. I must stress how much of a luxury it is to have a car donated: our vehicles are all used daily for a variety of tasks, but usually to get children to and from appointments. Because of this, our company vehicles experience a high degree of wear-and-tear. To have a car in such excellent condition donated directly impacts the Home's ability to provide services to the abused, abandoned, and neglected children of South Carolina.
It is important to me, as an individual and as a representative of the Home, that you and Comporium understand how appreciative we are of your generosity. We absolutely could not provide the same level of services that we do without the community's support.
Recognition plaque from March of Dimes Chapter
|Pictured are Paul Kutz (left), External Relations Manager, who accepted a recognition plaque from March of Dimes Chapter Director Amanda Kowicki for Comporium’s recent WalkAmerica sponsorship. Comporium provided some funding plus a public service announcement TV spot for the fundraising event.
2009 Donations for American Heart Association
Comporium Midlands Employees Exceed 2009 Donations for American Heart Association.
Comporium Midlands’ employees exceeded last year’s total in the recent American Heart Association (AHA) fund-raising drive. Several Comporium representatives joined 3,000 people in the region’s AHA Heart Walk through downtown Columbia. The amount raised by Comporium totaled $2,255, exceeding last year’s total of $2,190. These funds go toward research and education to combat the #1 killer of Americans.
Leading the way with raising the most money for the American Heart Association were Comporium employees (l to r) Thomasina Thompson, Brittany Sanders, Tommy Harman, and Kane Padgett. AHA’s Andrea Marks (second from right) presents a framed Achievement Certificate due to Comporium’s success in raising funds for this very worthwhile cause.