AT&T Supports Project HOPE Medical Volunteers Traveling to Southeast Asia
AT&T – the world’s largest communications company – is committed to corporate citizenship using technology and other corporate resources to make a positive impact on the world. Since 2012, AT&T has supported Project HOPE and their efforts to focus on global health.
In June, Project HOPE received a $75,000 contribution from AT&T to support the work of Project HOPE medical volunteers on board the Pacific Partnership, a humanitarian mission conducted by the U.S. Navy and Project HOPE. Onboard the Pacific Partnership, Project HOPE volunteer doctors and nurses and their Navy counterparts will perform surgeries and provide health care provider education in Danang Vietnam. Volunteers aboard the Pacific Partnership will also visit Timor Leste, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia in an effort to provide needed health care services.
Over the last four years, AT&T has supported Project HOPE’s work in Cambodia, Indonesia, Tanzania and Mexico making them a truly global – and highly valued – corporate patron. We are grateful to AT&T for their continued support.
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