Thanks for visiting our Pioneers Chapter website. We’re excited that you are interested in learning more about the impact we make in our local communities. Our Chapter is part of the 325,000-member strong AT&T Pioneers. [button url=”http://attpioneervolunteers.org/chapter-32/news/” icon=”icon-eye-open” size=”wpb_regularsize”]ALL NEWS[/button]
To be part of an organization that has been helping in local communities for nearly 100 years.
You may not know it but just in the past year the AT&T Pioneers led the collection of more than 50,000 pounds of food in a company wide food drive benefiting Share Our Strength.
We are also part of a Cell Phone Recycling Campaign where we collected over 25,000 cell phones that helped support Cell Phones for Soldiers.
AT&T Aspire is another important initiative for us. Bringing 100,000 high school students to AT&T work-places through the Job Shadow initiative.
The AT&T Kentucky Pioneers…
People Who Care
You’ll find them hard at work around Kentucky. They’re tutoring
students, raising money for charities, cleaning up after natural
disasters and working on any number of other volunteer projects.
They’re people who want to make a difference – to make their
community and the state of Kentucky a better place to live. They’re
the Kentucky members of the AT&T Pioneers, a volunteer service
organization composed of active and retired AT&T employees.
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To provide meaningful community service and fellowship
opportunities for our employees and retirees, including their Pioneer
partners and families. Educational initiatives and support for
Kentucky’s teachers, administrators and children will serve as a top
priority for Pioneer service and volunteer support.
Traditional Pioneer projects that are well established, widely
supported and add value to our communities will be continued, as
well as our new priority focus on education.
We will encourage broad Pioneer participation using all service
opportunities to highlight AT&T’s community mindedness value and
the role of Kentucky Pioneers as the number one volunteer service
organization in our communities.