T-Mobile Donates $50,000 to Local Nonprofits, Including Habitat for Humanity SKKC’s Home Repairs Program

T-Mobile has announced a $50,000 donation to five nonprofit organizations in Hawaii and Washington, including Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King & Kittitas Counties (SKKC), which received $10,000.

The money heading to Habitat for Humanity SKKC will benefit our Home Repairs program. Click the link for more information.

“We are very grateful to T-Mobile for its generous $10,000 donation, which has been applied to our Repairs program,” Habitat SKKC CEO Brett D’Antonio said. “This donation has filled the gap in funding for one critical structural repair that needed to be addressed urgently and has provided the homeowner with some peach of mind of remaining safely in her home for many years to come.”

T-Mobile employees in Hawaii and Washington played a pivotal role in selecting these organizations as part of the company’s Difference Maker Award. Launched last year, this quarterly recognition program applauds top-performing business areas and allows winning employees to present checks and dedicate a day of service at each organization. This marks the program’s third quarterly recognition.

Jon Freier, President, T-Mobile Consumer Group, expressed his appreciation, stating, “The Difference Maker Award puts a spotlight on our teammates’ standout contributions while also empowering them to further the causes closest to their hearts. T-Mobile and these five organizations are all better for their outstanding efforts.”

T-Mobile’s commitment to organizations like ours aligns with its dedication to community well-being and highlights the impactful role businesses can play in addressing local needs. Through strategic partnerships and employee-driven initiatives, T-Mobile continues to make a positive difference in communities it serves.