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August 25, 2016

Supporting our colleagues and neighbors in Louisiana

Posted by Paul Weirtz

Our thoughts and prayers remain with those affected by one of the worst natural disasters in Louisiana’s history. You can help us spread the word using the social media buttons below:


As recovery efforts continue in the aftermath of unprecedented flooding in South Louisiana, we want to do our part:

  • AT&T wireless customers can text “RELIEF” to 80077 to donate $10 to the Baton Rouge Area Foundation Louisiana Flood Relief Fund to support those affected and the most urgent local needs as we work to restore the community. No text message fees apply. Your $10 donation will appear on your wireless bill or be deducted from your prepaid balance. AT&T employees choosing to participate should text from non-COU devices.
  • AT&T will also make a $25,000 donation to the Baton Rouge Area Foundation Louisiana Flood Relief Fund, directing support to the most urgent needs related to this tragedy.
  • AT&T will contribute $100,000 to assist in recovery efforts, making a $50,000 donation to the Baton Rouge Area Foundation (BRAF) Louisiana Flood Relief Fund and a $50,000 donation to Donors Choose. The BRAF Louisiana Flood Relief Fund is assisting with most urgent needs related to this tragedy, and Donors Choose is assisting affected schools in support of teachers and students.


Mike Scott
President — AT&T Kansas