Congratulations to AT&T Hawaii President's Volunteer Service Award winners
Imagine a day when volunteers didn’t show up. Think of all the people and communities that would be devastated — students would be left without mentors; local parks would be filled with trash; and food and shelter would not be available to those in need of a warm meal at the end of a long day.
Impacting a community can take many forms, and without volunteers, we wouldn’t have people to strengthen our communities and transform the lives of others in need.
This month, we would like to recognize the 4,512 AT&T employees who are being recognized by President Obama for their outstanding service to their communities, including our six* winners in Hawaii.
These volunteers will receive the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA), a prestigious honor awarded annually by the President of the United States in recognition of sustained volunteer service.
To earn the national honor, these employees volunteered more than 100 hours during 2014. Some volunteered more than 500 hours to receive the Gold Award.
Let’s congratulate our PVSA 2014 recipients and thank them for their commitment to improving the communities where they live and work.
(Only those who consented to have their names publicly posted have been listed here.)