Integrated Transport Solutions installs high-speed fiber Internet between each school and the central office.
Information Transport Solutions, Inc. awarded proceeds from their 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament totaling $25,000 to four local charities.
ITS employees organize the annual fundraiser as a fun way to bring customers, teammates and business partners together in a recreational environment with the common goal of giving back to the local community. This year, ITS raised $25,000 from the tournament and all proceeds from the event were donated to the following four charities: Jason Michael Hilty Memorial Scholarship, Imagination Library of Elmore County, Coosa Outdoor Worship Spot (COWS), and the Family Sunshine Center.
The Jason Michael Hilty Scholarship Fund is a college fund for graduating Wetumpka High School students. Imagination Library provides books to the homes of Elmore County children to stimulate a love of reading and increase literary knowledge. Coosa Outdoor Worship Spot is a 15,000 square feet facility with dorms, a gym and an outside worship area for church camps and special events. The Family Sunshine Center is a domestic violence support center with the mission to end family violence and sexual assault and to cultivate hope and healing.
“From the beginning, ITS has focused on giving back to our local community,” said ITS President Quincy Minor. “We donate proceeds to these local charities because we believe in the work they are doing and share their vision to make a positive difference in the lives of those living in the river region.”
The 11th Annual ITS Charity Golf Tournament was held on May 18, 2017 at Robert Trent Jones in Prattville, Alabama. The donation check presentation was made at ITS’ Wetumpka headquarters on August 22, 2017.