AUBURN, NH — According to the Children’s Scholarship Fund, by the fourth grade, 80 percent of low-income children are not proficient readers. Helping to make a local difference is Freedom Energy Logistics, a leader in energy management services. Believing in education equality the company made a meaningful donation of $25,000 to Children’s Scholarship Fund New Hampshire (photo of check presentation attached).
Led by Kate Baker, Children’s Scholarship Fund NH provides K-12 scholarships to empower low-income families to choose the schools that best fit their children’s educational needs. “Freedom’s continual support, and assistance through consecutive annual financial donations, has made a significant impact on our local children who, without these educational opportunities, are further disadvantaged,” said Baker. “Freedom Energy Logistics in addition to their financial support offers us their strategic direction with their input on our Advisory Board. We are grateful for their support, guidance, and commitment to education equality.”
“The mission of the Children’s Scholarship Fund is to make the opportunity of ‘education’ a level playing field,” said Bart Fromuth, COO, Freedom Energy Logistics. “We hope with our contribution, more New Hampshire children will engage in learning opportunities that may not have been available to them because of family income.”
According to the Children’s Scholarship Fund NH, more than 310 students were assisted through scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year, of which Freedom contributed to as well.
About Freedom Energy Logistics
Freedom Energy Logistics is an energy management firm based in Auburn that specializes in unique methods of electricity and natural gas supply purchasing. Founded in 2006, Freedom Energy Logistics serves the region’s largest manufacturers, municipalities and businesses. Pioneering the ‘Direct-to-Grid’ movement, many of Freedom’s customers source wholesale energy direct from the ISO NE Pool. Freedom provides critical consulting and procurement to help its customers make the most cost-efficient decision on where to source its power.
Freedom was named twice to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in America and was also named twice to the list of Fastest-Growing Family Businesses in NH by Business New Hampshire Magazine. Stay Work Play named Freedom the Coolest Company for Young Professionals and the company was also recognized by General Dynamics | Bath Iron Works as the 2016 Small Business Vendor of the Year. August G. Fromuth was awarded with the 2016 Business Excellence Award from New Hampshire Business Review in the consumer services category for a small organization. Since 2015 Freedom has twice been a finalist for the BBB Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics. For more information visit www.felpower.com or call 603-625-2244.