AT&T contributed $5,000 to Shalom House, an emergency shelter for women and children in Central Pennsylvania.
The organization was nominated to receive the funding by the Heart of Pennsylvania Club of the Mid-Atlantic Pioneers, a group of AT&T employees and retirees who participate in a variety of community initiatives.
Shalom House provides a temporary, 21-bed shelter for women and children who have nowhere else to go. As an emergency shelter, Shalom House provides for their basic needs: a bed, assistance with food resources, clothing, health and hygiene supplies, and a temporary address and telephone number.
On Nov. 3, AT&T employees and retirees surprised Denise Britton, director of Shalom House, with the contribution check during a special event at AT&T’s offices in Susquehanna Township.
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