Charter Communications Contributes to Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts

As the cable TV and high-speed internet company serving 2.9 million customers in North Carolina and South Carolina, Charter Communications has a stake in the area. The company is doing the right thing and contributing heavily to relief efforts following the damaging Hurricane Florence. In addition to providing cable TV service, Charter operates a number of call centers and operations centers in the Carolinas, including in Asheville, Greenville, Greensboro, and West Columbia.

The company is contributing $350,000 to the Rebuilding Together nonprofit as well as $1 million in public service announcements to air at no cost.

More from the Associated Press:

“Charter is committed to supporting the communities where our customers and employees live and work, particularly in times of need,” said Tom Rutledge, Chairman and CEO of Charter Communications. “We are confident that our partnership with Rebuilding Together will help kickstart the recovery process and ensure that the resilient communities impacted by this storm get back on their feet.”

“The long-term recovery phase of the damage to communities caused by Hurricane Florence can be overwhelming for our neighbors in need, ” said Caroline Blakely, President and CEO of Rebuilding Together. “With the support of our partner, Charter Communications, Rebuilding Together will be able to help homeowners repair their communities and return to safe and healthy homes.”

Charter has opened 5,100 Spectrum WiFi hotspots across North and South Carolina to support the preparation and recovery efforts and will keep them open to all users until further notice. Additionally, Charter will work to provide WiFi access to a number of shelters in impacted areas within its service area.

Check back often at the TV, Internet, and Phone Blog for more on this story as it develops, along with other information on TV listings and more.

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