An Invitation to Do One Thing (DOT)
Now, you can join AT&T employees in their existing DOTs or create a new DOT of your own online.
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Have you ever noticed how taking one small positive action for your community or the environment can make a big difference? First, you decide to make one little change, and then another person decides to do something positive, which inspires another to pitch in. When individuals team up, change really accelerates.
AT&T opened a Do One Thing (DOT) invitation to all employees that is now supported by more than 21,000 employees from six countries, actively doing more than 36,000 “one things” clocking over 100,000 volunteer hours. Now, you can join AT&T employees in their existing DOTs or create a new DOT of your own online. Watch the video to get DOT ideas – from pledging to not text and drive to shutting down computers and monitors every night to helping a local humane society make “crinkle mats” for adoption events.
Look for a link at the end of the video to get more ideas and sign-up.
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