Cox Community Awards
Cox Connects Champions
It's the kid in us that wants to get our hands dirty.
Cox encourages every employee to volunteer as individuals as part of Cox Connects Day. Being an active, hands-on part of our communties is an integral part of the culture at Cox. We've recognized quite a few employees with the Cox Connects Champion award. Here's your chance to meet some of the award's outstanding recipients.
John West, Arizona
John began volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America in 2001. Between troop meetings, attending activities and serving on committees, he donates around 60 hours a month to the organization.
Dave Delisle, Central Florida
Dave's volunteerism has a wide reach in the Ocala community. From fundraising for the local Boy Scout troop to working with the youth group at St. John's United Methodist Church, Dave has been a committed volunteer for over 10 years.
Kevin Sabins, New Engalnd
Combining his interest in education with his computer expertise, Kevin volunteers at the Wawaloam Elementary School in Rhode Island by rebuilding, repairing, and setting-up donated computers. He often personally funds the cost of fixing the machines.
Allison Briley, Roanoke, Virginia
Demonstrating her commitment to local children, Allison volunteers as a Big Sister through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. She also serves as an officer for Tomorrow's Outdoor Generation, a youth environmental education program that teaches kids about the importance of preserving the country's natural resources.