A team of AT&T employees on January 16 joined City Year Philadelphia’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. They were among around 1,000 volunteers who painted murals and completed light construction to beautify Warren G. Harding Middle School.
Joseph Divis, A&T’s Executive Director for External Affairs, said AT&T and its employees are committed to making a difference in the communities where they live and work.
“In Philadelphia and around the country, AT&T employees celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by serving their communities in many ways. Our team in Philadelphia rolled up their sleeves to spruce up Harding Middle School. We were excited to team up with City Year Philadelphia on this very worthwhile project.”
Divis added that members of the AT&T Team were able to meet Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, who visited Harding to meet with the many volunteers.
Check out this video in which AT&T employees talk about how they celebrate MLK Day and diversity by working toward one goal: Making a Difference.
Share this post online by using the social media buttons below: