Responding to the needs
of our communities
AFL’s Community Outreach Program exists to make a difference in our communities. The program has evolved in response to the specific needs of the communities where we have operations. As we expand into new communities, we continue to seek opportunities to reach out and help our neighbors. It is in this spirit that AFL imagines.
Imagine building a foundation so that communities can thrive. Imagine individuals coming together to build on that foundation and helping neighbors. Imagine making a lasting impact on the lives of strangers. Imagine being part of a company that does this.
AFL is committed to being an exemplary corporate citizen in the communities where we operate. With the help of our Community Advisory Board, we are reaching that goal—connecting with our communities through financial and social commitments, and improving the quality of life.
Why? Because it’s in our DNA. We have seen our commitments work. We have witnessed families finding a place to call home; students with an opportunity to expand their horizons beyond what they ever dreamed possible; families with food on their plates and holiday gifts for their children; and we see so much more that can happen if we connect with our communities.
AFL’s Community Outreach Program consists of several initiatives – all with the same goal: to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
Grants • ACT Programs • Thrive! • United Way • Month of Service • Disaster Relief • Sponsorships
Through these initiatives, AFL imagines communities that are strong and thriving.
New product introductions include a new fiber optic high temperature cable structure with proven performance to 300°C.
The new Fujikura 12S-C fixed V-groove fusion splicer retains the same high quality and workmanship of the Fujikura 12S, but is available with sheath clamps instead of fiber holders.
The Playground is an organisation that offers a unique range of adventurous, therapeutic and educational play activities for children and adults with all types of disability.
The grant supports its new Spartanburg-based summer camp for middle schoolers, iTEAMS Xtreme: Next Generation, as well as its Business Leadership Network (BLN).
AFL volunteers presented $12,600 in grants to two nonprofit organizations in South Carolina.
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