Bounce Energy Selects Easter Seals as its Charity for March 2014

By Adam P. Newton, March 5, 2014, Charity & Community

EasterSealsMarch2014CharityEach month, we make a charitable donation to a different non-profit in hopes of raising awareness and funds for its mission and activities. We do this because we want to be an active participant in our community and to honor the people and organizations doing important work amongst marginalized groups in need of assistance.

This month, Bounce Energy wants to shine a light upon the efforts of the fine folks at Easter Seals. Since its origins in 1919, this organization has brought attention to individuals with disabilities and special needs so they can receive crucial physical, emotional, and social assistance. According to its website, “Easter Seals provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities.” It accomplishes this mission by opportunities ranging from medical rehabilitation and training for employment to services for children, adults, and seniors. They even provide the means for people with disabilities to enjoy the great outdoors in ways they typically cannot on their own.

During the month of March, Bounce Energy will donate 50 cents to Easter Seals for every new Facebook “Like” and Twitter follower that we receive. We will also provide Easter Seals a $2,500 in-kind donation so that the organization can continue its great work amongst the individuals living with disabilities and special needs and their families.

For more information about Easter Seals, follow them on Facebook and Twitter or contact them at their website.

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Born and raised in Southeast Texas, Adam P. Newton never acquired the charming accent that most life-long Texans possess in spades, but he’s OK with that. Adam currently creates and curates online content for Direct Energy. Before his career in content marketing, Adam spent several years toiling as a music journalist.

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