BCTI is proud to announce its new partnership with Summit Leadership Foundation. As an Information Technology company that provides Cisco solutions including Unified Communications Solutions (IP Telephony) and wireless networks, BCTI was able to donate a new Cisco telephone system and a wireless network as well as Internet service to Summit.
The Summit Leadership Foundation recently opened its doors to its new facility to expand its ability to help area churches and non-profits connect to the right people and the right resources, said Founder and Director Dave McAuley. Summit Leadership strives to help collaborate and coordinate the efforts of the leaders of ministries, agencies and projects to most effectively and efficiently serve the region. I have known Dave McAuley for many years, and am confident that his vision and abilities will continue to have a positive impact on our community. BCTI is proud to be able to both assist and partner with the Summit Leadership Foundation, said Chase Boles, BCTI President and CEO.
Summit has over 40 members including Girls on the Run, Safe Passage, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, AGAPE, and many more. When we can support Summit Leadership Foundation, we are also supporting many charitable organizations throughout the region. We know that Summit will use donations and volunteer efforts wisely to help the community where help is needed most, said Boles. Both Summit and BCTI hope to strengthen its partnership over the coming year. We are working on a variety of avenues in which we can work together. We hope to offer some special training opportunities for Summit members, and will look for opportunities to further support Summit Leadership Foundation, said Boles.