CenturyLink is committed to strengthening and improving the communities it serves, not only through products and services, but also through philanthropic support of local community agencies, events and initiatives.
These efforts are targeted toward K-12 education and programs that support youth; technology-focused initiatives; and locally-driven efforts that strengthen communities and make them better places to live.
Community involvement at CenturyLink includes programs, such as:
- CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation
- United Way Employee Giving Campaign
- Center for Customers with Disabilities
- Environmental Sustainability Council
- Matching Time Grant Program
- Annual Food Drive
CenturyLink employees also share this commitment and are active volunteers in both individual and company-led efforts across the country. They volunteer in their communities participating in events, coaching little league teams, serving on non-profit boards, assisting with community cleanup days and much more.
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