AT&T Foundation Donates $60,000 to Help Vulnerable Residents in Baltimore

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Nonprofits that help the homeless and other vulnerable residents in Baltimore are facing immense challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the AT&T Foundation is helping local organizations serve their clients during this crisis.

The AT&T Foundation has contributed to the following organizations:

Healthcare for the Homeless:  A $20,000 grant will support operating expenses for front-line clinical staff at Healthcare for the Homeless who are working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in Baltimore by providing care, screening and testing for people without homes.

Moveable Feast:  The $15,000 grant will support Moveable Feast’s meal program during the COVID-19 crisis to ensure that medically tailored meals, supplies and groceries can be delivered to its clients suffering from life-threatening illnesses in Baltimore.

St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore: A $25,000 grant will help cover increased expenses for food, PPE and sanitizing products so that the emergency homeless shelters can safely respond to the higher demand resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The grants are part of a nationwide commitment by AT&T and the AT&T Foundation to provide much needed support for first responders, medical personnel and others impacted by COVID-19.

AT&T’s support is part of AT&T Believes, a company-wide effort to make a meaningful impact in local communities.

To learn more, visit AT&T’s website.

Source: AT&T

Also see: Coverage of GBC Member Companies’ philanthropic responses to COVID-19

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