For more than ten years, Fromuth has sponsored COR Tennis, a youth tennis program with the Reading Recreation Commission. This award-winning program has received national recognition from the USTA for its dedication to growing the game of tennis.

We support the mission of the United Way of Berks County to build a better community. Since 2010, our employees have contributed to our company campaign. Most importantly, we are busy volunteering, putting smiles on faces, and handing out hugs and high-fives.

Caron Treatment Center has a mission to transform lives that are impacted by addiction and substance abuse. This world renown facility is right here in our backyard and we see the hope, healing and recovery firsthand. Since 2006, we have helped bring families back together again.

Katrina Adams with COR Tennis Group COR Tennis Group Photo

COR Tennis
welcomes Katrina Adams

In 2015, Fromuth and COR Tennis were honored to welcome Katrina Adams, USTA's Chairman, CEO and President, to Reading to celebrate the 10th anniversary of COR Tennis. She inspired us with her story and made it clear that we are on the right path for using tennis to make our community stronger.

COR's mission to make available the game of tennis to children and families in our Berks County community. COR emphasizes fun, physical activity and important life skills.

This award-winning program has received national recognition from the United States Tennis Association for its dedication to growing the game of tennis.

  • USTA Middle States Premier Provider - 2015, 2016, 2017
  • Tennis Industry Magazine, Park & Rec Agency of the Year - 2016
  • USTA Middle States Section NJTL Chapter of the Year - 2009, 2011
  • USTA National NJTL Chapter of the Year - 2009
  • USTA Eastern PA District Organization of the Year - 2005
Katrina Adams with COR Tennis Group Pat and Meg Shields announcing that they raised nearly $10.6 million

United Way of Berks County
surpasses goal for annual campaign

United Way of Berks County helps people in need, addresses our county's critical issues and makes our community a better place for everyone. The organization's work is centered on raising and distributing funds to support a vital network of health and human services programs in the areas of education, health, and safety-net services.

This year, Pat and Meg Shields chaired the 2017 United Way Campaign and led an experienced team of volunteers to inspire company coordinators at hundreds of local businesses to make a change in our community.

CONGRATULATIONS PAT & MEG

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