TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Woodrow Wilson Middle School was one of three schools in Indiana and one of 24 schools nationwide to receive $1,000 from Verizon retailer TCC. The gift Wednesday came in the form of an Amazon gift card that will help the school obtain its biggest needs.
Northern Rush County School in Lewisville and Delta Middle School in Muncie also received $1,000 from TCC.
“We are thankful to be able to show our support for schools facing unprecedented challenges this year,” said Scott Moorehead, CEO of Round Room, parent company of TCC. “Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers have had to balance a whole new list of concerns and have continued to put forth their best effort to positively influence our youth. We hope this token of appreciation for all their efforts helps them continue to impact their students, whether that be virtually or in-person.”
Round Room operates 1,241 TCC and Wireless Zone stores across 43 states. Its portfolio of companies shares a deep commitment to improving the communities they serve nationwide.
TCC is a Culture of Good, Inc. company and makes ongoing investments in the local communities where it operates. In 2020, the company donated more than 140,000 backpacks with school supplies at TCC stores across the country as part of its School Rocks program, marking more than one million backpacks donated since the campaign launched in 2013.
More information about the giveaways at www.TCCRocks.com.