BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (From AT&T) — With this being National Volunteer Week (April 12-18), AT&T is proud to recognize that AT&T employee Bill Bartley of Boca Raton is among 14 Palm Beach County AT&T employees to be honored with the prestigious President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA), an award given by our nation’s president for being active citizens.
There are three PVSA categories: Gold for 500+ hours of volunteer service; Silver for 250-499 volunteer hours; and Bronze for 100-249 hours of service.
Bartley received the Gold PSVA for donating nearly a 1,000 hours with Division 3 of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.
When asked why he donates so much of his time, Bartley responded, “To give back to the country, military and local community.”
The 14 Palm Beach County employees are among 82 South Florida AT&T employees to be recognized with a PVSA. Statewide, 214 AT&T employees received the award; nationwide more than 4,500 AT&T employees were honored with a PVSA.
”People matter – to each other, to our communities, and to our company,” said AT&T Florida President Joe York. “This has been one of our core beliefs since AT&T was founded. We’re proud of our South Florida employees for investing their time in our communities to make a difference. We believe our workforce, our business and the communities we serve are all stronger because of volunteerism.”