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RamQuest Contributes to Christmas Cops Campaign

As part of its ongoing GiveBIG initiative to support local communities, RamQuest and sister company Pavaso came together to support the Plano Police Association’s (PPA) Christmas Cops program.

Throughout the year, police officers in Plano, Texas, come across families in need. During the holiday season, when the needs are even greater, these families are referred to the Christmas Cops non-profit organization. They turn to the community for help in giving those in need an extra boost and a brighter holiday. Over the past month, RamQuest and Pavaso employees purchased a variety of items from these families’ wish lists. They donated more than 100 items, and with RamQuest’s pledge to give double the employees’ contributions, 316 items went to Christmas Cops—everything from diapers and baby formula, to coats and hats, to toys and games. The PPA and Santa Claus will distribute gifts to the families ahead of Christmas.

“We appreciate all that the [RamQuest] team has done for us the last few years and look forward to continuing the partnership,” said Daryl Molitor, secretary of the PPA Christmas Cops. GiveBIG is RamQuest and Pavaso’s combined efforts to support local charities and non-profit organizations to Give Back to Ignite Good.

Christmas Cops is sponsored by the Plano Police Association. The program has been serving the community since 1984, providing emergency assistance to thousands of families.

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