Our Participation in the Emergency Broadband Benefit, AAPI Heritage Month, and More
Over the past year, one thing has been made certain: connection is crucial.
As 2020 comes to an end, we remain steadfast in our commitment to be there for friends, families, coworkers and neighbors.
AT&T contributes $100,000 to Voices for a Second Chance (VSC) and SchoolTalk-Restorative DC to help prevent violence among young people and to help previously incarcerated men and women find jobs and create new opportunities for themselves and their families.
AT&T is increasing its investment in economic opportunities for Black and underserved communities, particularly youth who want to pursue technology and engineering careers