Celebrating AT&T Employee Volunteers

April is National Volunteer Month and AT&T is celebrating our employee volunteers who dedicate their time and service to communities across California and our country. AT&T employees and retirees volunteered more than 5.4 million hours last year alone to community causes and organizations. In California, AT&T employees and retirees gave approximately 890,000 volunteer hours to community activities in 2015 – worth more than $20.5 Million.

AT&T is proud to recognize our employees who are being honored with this year’s President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA). The PVSA recognizes individuals who demonstrate a commitment to volunteerism throughout the year. 577 employees in California and 4,288 nationwide will receive this honor, for logging a minimum of 100 service hours last year, with many volunteering more than 500 hours.

Community service has been an integral part of AT&T’s company culture for more than 100 years and takes many forms. From mentoring students through AT&T’s Aspire Mentoring Academy, to cleaning up our neighborhoods and parks, to feeding the hungry, AT&T employees are giving back and their stories help to inspire us all.

AT&T congratulates this year’s PVSA award recipients and thanks all our employee volunteers for helping to make our communities better here in California and across our nation.

To learn more about all AT&T employee awardees go to http://www.about.att.com/csr/pvsa.

For more information on PVSA, visit presidentialserviceawards.gov.

Ken McNeely is President – AT&T Western Region, overseeing 19 Western states, including California, after serving as AT&T California President for more than 13 years.

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