AT&T Employees Donate Food to Boys & Girls Club of the Virgin Islands

Some AT&T St. Thomas store employees and some members of Women of AT&T at Boys & Girls Club

Some AT&T St. Thomas store employees and some members of Women of AT&T have donated several hundred dollars-worth of food items to the Boys & Girls Club of the Virgin Islands. The food is being used for the club’s summer camp program.

The donated food includes juice boxes, peanut butter, jelly, bread, hot dogs and buns, fruit, cheese, crackers, potato chips, lemon aid mix and other items.

AT&T employees are committed to supporting the communities in which they live and work. From donating to local organizations like the Boys & Girls Club, Nana Baby Children’s Home and the Virgin Islands Little League, to mentoring students and helping clean up communities, AT&T employees and retirees volunteer millions of hours nationwide each year.

In 2016, our employees and retirees volunteered more than 5.4 million hours of time in community outreach activities.

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