“Future of Good” Program Returns for Fourth Year

On Giving Tuesday, U.S. Cellular’s “The Future of Good” program returns for its fourth year, to champion and invest in youth who are doing good in their communities. This year, from Nov. 27 through Jan. 8, 2019, adults in Madison are encouraged to visit to nominate youth ages six through 15, who are making an impact in their community.

Following the nomination phase, 16 youth under age 16 will be recognized for doing extraordinary acts of good in their communities, and will receive $10,000 each to put toward their cause. The winners will be announced in Feb. 2019, and their stories will be featured on

“At U.S. Cellular, we celebrate and recognize youth who have a positive impact and set an example of what it means to truly help local communities,” said Eric Larson, NE Wisconsin Area Sales Manager at U.S. Cellular. “In years past we’ve seen extraordinary examples of giving back from young humanitarians, and this year we look forward to featuring stories of how young humanitarians are using wireless technology to enhance their efforts…”

To enter, nominators should visit and provide a brief essay that describes the nominee’s cause, how it is helping to make his/her community a better place, and how the nominee uses wireless connectivity or technology to further his/her cause. Nominees must not turn 16 before February 28, 2019.

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