Multicom Employees Participate in Various Charitable Activities Both at Work and on Their Own Time

Multicom Employees/Family Volunteered at “New Hope For Kids” this Weekend for  Construction and Landscaping Projects in their “Garden of Hope”

Ray & Jackie Shedden brave the downpour for New Hope for Kids

Multicom employee Ray and Jackie Shedden volunteered for a “Community Serve Day” on Saturday, March 6, 2021, at the “New Hope for Kids” center where assistance and counseling are provided to kids (3-19 years old), in central Florida who have lost a parent or who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Over 7,000 kids have benefited from these services, family events, resource information, referrals, and programs.

New Hope for Kids is also available as an AMAZONSMILE recipient where .5% of the price of your eligible purchases are donated to the charitable organization of your choice – at no cost to you.  Multicom encourages you to take advantage of this for your favorite charity.


Multicom employee Ray and Jackie Shedden (L&R of the yellow pencil), volunteered for the “Community Serve Day” on Saturday, Oct 24, 2020, at the “Tools 4 Seminole Schools” center where donations are received from individuals, families, stores, corporations, and other charitable groups to help schools and teachers provide materials to students at risk or in need and to aid teachers with free materials that many times come out of their own personal funds to fill the needs they see with students in their classrooms.


Multicom employee Ray and Jackie Shedden and family walked/ran the Moffitt Cancer Center “Miles for Moffitt” Virtual 5K Run/Walk in October 2020 to raise money for cancer research over 13,000 people participated.  Over $1million was raised so far with this event.

In a show of support, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Deliver a Cake to the Winter Park, FL, Police Department

Multicom’s President & CEO, Sherman Miller, and his lovely wife, delivered a cake of appreciation, ‘In Honor of our Men and Women in Blue’, to the Winter Park, FL, Police Department.

Multicom Participates in Idyllwilde Elementary Future Ready Academy ‘Teach In’

Multicom employees Matt Conrad and Paul Lindstrom participated in the Idyllwilde Elementary Future Ready Academy ‘Teach-In’, by solving the mystery, “How does a TV signal get from the TV station to your house?”. From fiber optics to coaxial cable, and satellite signals to antennas, the kids left our learning session with lots of new-found knowledge.

Left to Right:  Ray Shedden, Jackie Shedden (Breast Cancer Survivor), Sarah Roberts, Gabe Roberts, Rebecca Shedden, Isaiah Roberts, Rachel Shedden

The Shedden family at the Florida Hospital Pink-On-Parade Breast Cancer 5K (and fund raiser).  Huge crowd of runners!  Sold out!

Ray Shedden and family at the Florida Hospital Pink on Parade Breast Cancer 5K Fundraiser

Celebration, FL – In honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Sheddens ran in the Florida Hospital “Pink on Parade” Breast Cancer 5K fundraiser.

Dominic Ruggiero and friend participated in the RibbonRiders Go Pink motorcycle ride for Breast Cancer Fundraiser

Dominic Ruggiero and friend participated in the RibbonRiders “Go Pink” motorcycle ride for Breast Cancer Fundraiser

Multicom is known for its participation in local events and charities. Below are just a few of the events that we have been a part of…