As California’s schools have closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, AT&T understands that students staying connected is more imperative than ever.
As part of AT&T California’s $3.5 million* in donations to California nonprofit organizations, the company has answered the call for help by contributing to organizations across the Golden State to make sure our kids can keep learning when their school buildings are temporarily closed.
To support distance learning and to bridge the digital divide across California during the COVID-19 pandemic, AT&T has:
“We are proud to support organizations who are keeping our students connected,”Rhonda Johnson - President, AT&T California
“As millions of California students made the shift to a distance learning model as a result of COVID-19, we are proud to support organizations who are keeping our students connected,” said Rhonda Johnson, President-AT&T California.
Across the state, AT&T California has contributed more than $3.5 million to community-based organizations that are providing relief to residents from underserved communities, front line health workers, public safety groups and small businesses that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
AT&T’s support is part of AT&T Believes℠, a company-wide effort to make a meaningful impact in local communities. To learn more about how AT&T is supporting communities during the current crisis, visit https://about.att.com/pages/COVID-19.html.
*The company donated $1.875M, and the AT&T Foundation donated $1.625M of the $3.5M.