Allied Wire & Cable Donates More Than $18,000 to Local Charities

Allied Wire & Cable Donates More Than $18,000 to Local Charities

COLLEGEVILLE, Penn. —  Allied Wire & Cable hosts a charity week each year where a percentage of sales are donated to charitable organizations. This year was the electrical distributor’s tenth annual charity week, which was held from December 14th through 18th. The company donated $18,204.25 to four different charities in which an employee had a special connection.

For ten years now, Allied Wire & Cable has designated one week during the month of December to donate a percentage of sales to charity. The family-owned and operated electrical distributor has donated over $120,000 to many charitable organizations throughout the years, including charities like its local Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Philadelphia, Northern Delaware & Susquehanna Valley, the Humane Society and the American Cancer Society.

To honor its tenth charity week, the company chose to support organizations that have a special connection with an employee from each branch. These Allied employees hold important roles in their respective charities, which range from longtime supporters to active members with leadership positions in the organization.

This year, Allied donated a total of $18,204.25 to four different organizations local to its branches:

  • Pets for Vets: provides American veterans with a loving companion by rescuing and training shelter animals (Collegeville, Pennsylvania headquarters)
  • Marguerite’s Place: a transitional housing program that helps women and children in crisis become stable again (Merrimack, New Hampshire branch)
  • Shriners Hospitals for Children — Twin Cities: a charitable hospital that specializes in treating children with orthopaedic conditions (Pewaukee, Wisconsin branch)
  • American Diabetes Association: fights for those affected by diabetes and funds research to help prevent and cure the disease (Tampa, Florida branch)

Thanks to the involvement of Allied employees in these organizations, each charity received a check for $4,551.06.

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