AT&T Employees Support Family Resource Center

Photo 1 (L to R): Catherine Kling, AT&T; Vernon Araujo, Family Resource Center; Shanea Rhymer, AT&T; Julietta Austrie, Family Resource Center; Niurka Baez, AT&T; and Francinia Etienne, Family Resource Center

The AT&T U.S. Virgin Islands Retail Team and members of the local Women of AT&T are lending support to the Family Resource Center on St. Thomas.

The AT&T employees contributed 20 backpacks filled with wet wipes, basic hygiene products, AT&T fans and a $245 cash donation to the nonprofit organization. This is the third year the AT&T employees have raised money and donated supplies to the nonprofit.

The Family Resource Center in Amalie, St. Thomas, provides counseling and shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

“Giving back to our community is a top focus for us,” said Catherine Kling, area retail sales manager for AT&T U.S. Virgin Islands. “The Family Resource Center does important and necessary work in the islands, and we’re honored to support them.”

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