AT&T Surprises Local Nonprofits with Tablet Donations

| February 13, 2013

Technology donations will help agencies complete missions

AT&T made surprise visits to several local nonprofits yesterday and left a lot of smiles and technology behind. AT&T donated 15 Pantech Element tablets in celebration of Random Acts of Kindness Week, technology that the nonprofits can use in their charitable efforts.

The lucky nonprofits included Literacy Connects, Tucson OASIS, and the Easter Seals Blake Foundation. Each organization received 5 tablets enabled with data service on AT&T’s new 4G LTE system. The tablets will be used in children’s and senior’s programs, and as a part of therapeutic programs.

IMG_1681-460AT&T also is connecting their local employees with local charities as volunteers.

As a part of the Tucson community, we strive to support those organizations that provide much needed services to Tucsonans,” said Vicki Martin, vice president and general manager of AT&T Arizona. ‚ÄúTechnology has evolved to help people in many ways. We hope these organizations, and the individuals they serve, will find these tablets as a valuable resource in their amazing programs.

The photographs are of a adult technology class at Tucson OASIS receiving the donated tablets. Tucson OASIS provides lifelong literacy, physical fitness, and community engagement through volunteerism for mature adults.

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