BANGOR — To honor National Volunteer Month in April, UScellular associates in Brewer volunteered at the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter to help prepare meals for more than 40 individuals. This activity is one of 40 Acts of Service that UScellular associates are hosting throughout its service areas this month to also commemorate the company’s 40th anniversary.

“At UScellular, it’s important that we give back to the communities that we serve,” said Roderick Pinkney, store manager at UScellular in Brewer. “We were excited to help the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter prepare nutritious meals for individuals in need, and we create meaningful connections with each other while also taking the time to do something positive for the greater Bangor community.”

Four associates from the UScellular Brewer retail store were on hand to help prepare meals and serve more than 40 individuals at the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter.

Since 2009, UScellular has invested more than $35 million in monetary donations, technology resources and countless experiences to nonprofit organizations across the country. For more information about UScellular’s corporate social responsibility initiatives, please go to

UScellular is the fourth-largest full-service wireless carrier in the United States, providing national network coverage and industry-leading innovations designed to help customers stay connected to the things that matter most. The Chicago-based carrier provides a strong, reliable network supported by the latest technology and offers a wide range of communication services that enhance consumers’ lives, increase the competitiveness of local businesses and improve the efficiency of government operations. Through its After School Access Project, the company has pledged to provide hotspots and service to help up to 50,000 youth connect to reliable internet. Additionally, UScellular has price protected all of its plans, promising not to increase prices through at least the end of 2024. To learn more about UScellular, visit one of its retail stores or To get the latest news, visit