Suitcases for kids in need


AT&T Pioneers, the philanthropic arm of the phone company’s employees and retirees, on Thursday delivered a donation of suitcases for children removed from Highland County homes by Child Protective Services. Each suitcase comes with a blanket, toothbrush and toothpaste. Shown, from left, are Sarah Briggs, AT&T vice president of external affairs; Destiny Bryson of the Highland County Chamber of Commerce; Katie Adams, director of Highland County Job and Family Services; Mark Romito, AT&T director of external affairs; and Amanda Roades, foster care coordinator.

AT&T Pioneers, the philanthropic arm of the phone company’s employees and retirees, on Thursday delivered a donation of suitcases for children removed from Highland County homes by Child Protective Services. Each suitcase comes with a blanket, toothbrush and toothpaste. Shown, from left, are Sarah Briggs, AT&T vice president of external affairs; Destiny Bryson of the Highland County Chamber of Commerce; Katie Adams, director of Highland County Job and Family Services; Mark Romito, AT&T director of external affairs; and Amanda Roades, foster care coordinator.


David Wright | The Times-Gazette

AT&T Pioneers, the philanthropic arm of the phone company’s employees and retirees, on Thursday delivered a donation of suitcases for children removed from Highland County homes by Child Protective Services. Each suitcase comes with a blanket, toothbrush and toothpaste. Shown, from left, are Sarah Briggs, AT&T vice president of external affairs; Destiny Bryson of the Highland County Chamber of Commerce; Katie Adams, director of Highland County Job and Family Services; Mark Romito, AT&T director of external affairs; and Amanda Roades, foster care coordinator.

AT&T Pioneers, the philanthropic arm of the phone company’s employees and retirees, on Thursday delivered a donation of suitcases for children removed from Highland County homes by Child Protective Services. Each suitcase comes with a blanket, toothbrush and toothpaste. Shown, from left, are Sarah Briggs, AT&T vice president of external affairs; Destiny Bryson of the Highland County Chamber of Commerce; Katie Adams, director of Highland County Job and Family Services; Mark Romito, AT&T director of external affairs; and Amanda Roades, foster care coordinator.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/05/web1_f-suitcases.jpgAT&T Pioneers, the philanthropic arm of the phone company’s employees and retirees, on Thursday delivered a donation of suitcases for children removed from Highland County homes by Child Protective Services. Each suitcase comes with a blanket, toothbrush and toothpaste. Shown, from left, are Sarah Briggs, AT&T vice president of external affairs; Destiny Bryson of the Highland County Chamber of Commerce; Katie Adams, director of Highland County Job and Family Services; Mark Romito, AT&T director of external affairs; and Amanda Roades, foster care coordinator. David Wright | The Times-Gazette