LAN-TEL Communications, Inc. provides cabling infrastructure for My Brother’s Keeper at its new Dartmouth Facility
October 12, 2017 -Norwood, MA – LAN-TEL Communications, Inc., the industry leader in structured cabling systems, integrated security solutions and IT infrastructure services, announced today it has provided the telecommunications services and data cabling as an in-kind donation for the new 23,000-square-foot, $3.5 million facility opened by My Brother’s Keeper in Dartmouth on October 8, 2017.
“LAN-TEL has been a special partner in our work for many years, especially sending in employee volunteer groups once a month to help deliver food to local families in need,” said Erich Miller, president of My Brother’s Keeper. “We are deeply grateful to Joe Bodio and his team at LAN-TEL for their generous support of our building project and for their tremendous commitment to help the less fortunate in communities throughout Massachusetts.”
For the past 29 years, My Brother’s Keeper has served individuals and families by delivering food and furniture throughout Massachusetts.
“We are honored to give back to an organization that helps those in our communities. LAN-TEL has been involved with My Brother’s Keeper for years now, and we will continue to help support their mission of assisting families in need,” said Joseph Bodio, Chief Executive Officer of LAN-TEL Communications, Inc.
LAN-TEL Communications, Inc., is the industry leader and trusted provider of structured cabling systems, integrated security solutions and IT infrastructure services. For 25 years, LAN-TEL has offered an unparalleled level of client service, support and innovative technologies to New England’s largest corporations, buildings and municipalities.
My Brother’s Keeper was founded in 1988 by a husband and wife serving families in need from the basement of their home. Today, 3000 volunteers and 11 employees work together to make 8,500 deliveries each year. Over the past 26 years, they have made 105,000 total deliveries to struggling families across eastern Massachusetts. For more information about My Brother’s Keeper, visit www.mybrotherskeeper.org.