AT&T, Community Health Development, OneStar Foundation to help families and community members in Uvalde | KAMR

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) – AT&T has partnered with Community Health Development, Inc. and the OneStar Foundation to launch a text message donation campaign to provide financial support to families in Uvalde.

According to AT&T’s press release, through a direct donation process using your smartphone, donors can contribute $10 to support the Uvalde community, regardless of your wireless service provider. AT&T said the charges will automatically be added to the donor’s wireless bill.

AT&T said to donate by texting Uvalde to 20222 to donate $10 from any mobile device, any mobile carrier, anywhere. The Text-to-Give program is active for all mobile operators nationwide. Those wishing to donate more than $10 can repeat the process as many times as they wish until they reach their desired amount.

“Our hearts and actions are with the people of Uvalde. We encourage others locally and across the country to join AT&T in supporting the community and the families of the victims,” said Leslie Ward, president of AT&T Texas. “The texting program gives them the opportunity to do just that, allowing anyone to make one or more $10 donations from their mobile device, regardless of mobile carrier.”

AT&T and the AT&T Foundation are also contributing $50,000 to the OneStar Foundation to support Robb School, Memorial Fund. Donations will go directly to Community Health Development Inc. AT&T said all funds raised through the campaign will be given to the established recipient; AT&T will pay all administrative fees according to AT&T.

For more information on the SMS donation campaign, visit here.

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