HELENA, Mont., Sept. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MTPCS, LLC, d.b.a. Cellular One, joined 2,000 Montanans in supporting the 2013 NAMI-Montana Walk. Over forty employees along with their friends and family from all over the state raised $15,000 for the Montana chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. It was the sixth year that Cellular One employees have participated in the event with Cellular One as the premier corporate sponsor. "This is a very worthy cause and is close to my heart," said Jonathan Foxman, President and CEO of Cellular One. Mr. Foxman started Cellular One's affiliated foundation, the Family Support Foundation for Mental Illness, in 2008 after learning more about the needs of individuals with mental illness and the struggles they face. FSFMI works with Cellular One and independently to raise funds for mental illness-related organizations like NAMI Montana.
"Cellular One believes adamantly in supporting its local communities. The NAMI-Montana Walk is one way we can help make a positive difference," stated Mr. Foxman.
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