Nextiva Donates Over 400 Meals to United Food Bank
Business VoIP and communications provider Nextiva gets into the holiday spirit by donating 535 pounds of food to the United Food Bank.
Scottsdale, Arizona (January 7, 2011)
Small business VoIP provider Nextiva Inc. decided to celebrate the holidays by giving to those less fortunate. The company donated 535 pounds of food, or 411 meals, to the United Food Bank.
The United Food Bank provides hunger relief and food assistance for needy families in Arizona. Nextiva is located in Scottsdale, close to the areas served by the United Food Bank.
Nextiva CEO Thomas Gorny said they were thrilled to help out.
"Giving to those less fortunate is what the holidays are all about," Gorny said. "2010 was a great year for Nextiva, and we're happy to share that largesse with our neighbors here in Arizona."
The United Food Bank's motto is "Neighbors Helping Neighbors." By donating over 500 pounds of food, Nextiva exemplified this motto and the giving spirit of the holidays.
Nextiva, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is one of the country's leading providers of business VoIP communication solutions. Nextiva's goal is to transform the way small businesses communicate. The Nextiva Complete Digital Phone System is a next-generation communications platform that gives entrepreneurs big-business phone features at small-business prices. Each product and service offered is engineered to give small business owners advantages previously only available to larger corporations. Nextiva serves thousands of customers in over 85 markets nationwide. For more information call 800-983-4289 or visit Business VoIP - NEXTIVA.
ABOUT UNITED FOOD BANK
United Food Bank is a community-based private nonprofit that provides hunger relief/food assistance by collecting, acquiring, storing and distributing food and related commodities through a network of partner social services agencies in eastern Maricopa County, Gila and Pinal Counties and southern Apache and Navajo Counties. For more information visit http://www.unitedfoodbank.org.