This weekend I had the honor of delivering $3500 worth of tech goods to the YMCA of Yolo County on behalf of AT&T!
Remember when I told you that I got the chance to go to Camp Mighty because AT&T wanted to help me do something philanthropic? AT&T partnered with the Make-A-Wish® foundation this year to make a difference and the YMCA currently has a program called Healthy Kids that’s all about getting kids active and empowered to make healthy choices for the rest of their lives. We all wanted to help make that happen.
We brought them tons of FitBit activity trackers that can sync with the directors’ new tablets (!) and give the participants insights to their health and a couple sets of iHome speakers for group fitness activities. They have promised to send me photos of the kids using their new devices and getting fit!
If you’re interesting in learning more about the partnership between AT&T and Make-A-Wish®, check out AT&T’s Wish-A-Day Sweepstakes: they are sponsoring a daily wish from November 23rd through December 20th for children with life-threatening medical conditions.
[Photo from Camp Mighy, receiving funds from AT&T, taken by JETKAT photo. Pictured from left: Sarah Bryden-Brown, Meghan Myszkowski, Laura Mayes, Beth Blecherson, Melanie Biehle, Alice Bradley, Heather Spohr, Ashley Muir Bruhn (me), Amber Doty, Maggie Mason, and Jaime Morrison Curtis.]