Frontier Technology Inc. recently supported a local Armed Forces outreach to the area Servicemen, Servicewomen, Veterans, and their families in the local shopping mall near the FTI headquarters in Beavercreek, Ohio. The Armed Forces Hub at the Fairfield Commons Mall in Beavercreek, Ohio opened this past month with the purpose of providing a space for fellowship and recruiting for our Active Duty and Retired Military Personnel. Frontier Technology sponsored the beverage center of the space, which gives free water and coffee to that Military Personnel who visit the space. FTI counts it a worthy cause to participate with local businesses in giving due respect and honor to our local Armed Forces.

To learn more about this new venue in the mall and see the full story click here.

Frontier Technology Inc. believes in having a local impact and outreach to their local communities. The Company has had and maintained a charitable outreach since its founding days, and that charitable mission is based on “The Four Cs (click here for more information on Frontier’s Four Cs).

One of those cornerstone beliefs of the company is charity. What better time to seek to give than around the holidays and that is why FTI partners up with local organizations like the Marine Corps Toys for Tots.

The core mission of the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program is to collect new unwrapped toys and distribute those toys to less fortunate children at Christmas. Their main objective is to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas and to play an active role in the development of our nation’s children; and to unite all members of local communities in a common cause. Frontier Technology is proud to work alongside the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.

To learn more about the Marine Corps Toys for Tots or how you can partner visit their website by clicking here

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On September 21, FTI provided and distributed over 400 back packs to the students at Dayton Public Schools, Eastmont Park PReK-6th. These back packs were filled with items such as: Pads of paper, crayons, pens, pencils, and much more.

FTI Chesapeake supported the Morning of Hope Walk 2018 at Mount Trashmore in Virginia Beach, VA. There are many Community Events to promote good physical health. The Morning of Hope Walk is the one to promote good mental health. Its mission is to raise awareness of the disease of depression and the tragedy of suicide.

On August 24th, FTI was in full swing when it came to sponsoring another local organization. Glow Fore Wishes benefits A Special Wish Foundation A Special Wish Foundation for local children battling a life-threatening disorder. Check out the FTI crew, can you tell they had fun?

FTI was thrilled to be able to support a local event that helps raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. This event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease, and that’s what FTI did. Alzheimer’s Association Greater Cincinnati Chapter was able to raise $179,821.92 on Saturday, September 15, 2018.

Over 1,296 participants and 154 teams made it possible to those taking a step to a world without Alzheimer’s.

Project Makeover Hampton Roads is collaborative community initiative by The Junior League of Norfolk-Virginia Beach, Thrive Young Professionals and the Urban Renewal Center. Its purpose is to create a more dynamic learning environment for elementary students in Hampton Roads. This year, Jacox Elementary School in Norfolk, VA was made over from August 17th-August 19th. Check out the video below and see how FTI did so!

FTI Dayton Sponsoring The Oasis House Golf Scramble At Pipestone Golf CourseOn Monday, August 20th, FTI Dayton was out in support of our 4th C sponsoring The Oasis House Golf Scramble at Pipestone Golf Course. Oasis House is a faith-based organization that seeks to empower women who are victims of sexual exploitation/assault on their journey to holistic healing in all phases of life including mentoring, shelter, and life development skills. Oasis House is in Dayton, Ohio and operates two residential safe houses with a total capacity of serving 12 women. The newest house serves women that require trauma care for up to two years. The original house serves women that are transitioning into independence and still need a supportive living arrangement for up to a year. The Golf Scramble raised valuable funds for Oasis House to continue helping hundreds of women throughout the Dayton area heal and thrive. To volunteer or support Oasis House further, please visit: