ATN International and our subsidiaries are committed to doing more to make a positive difference in the communities that we serve.  

  • We are working to change the way technology is used in the communities we serve.
  • We partner with local governments and institutions to develop tomorrow’s leaders, engineers and inventors.
  • We promote behavioral and social change and invest in the health and sustainability of our communities at a grass roots level.
  • In addition to our corporate programs, we encourage and recognize our employees who donate their time and talent on a regular basis.


Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands Receives $20,000 Donation from Viya

The importance of CFVI Angels was never more apparent  than in 2017 when the Virgin Islands were devastated by  hurricanes Irma and Maria, and CFVI was in a position to  help - immediately!  Because of the trust invested in us by  our Angels, CFVI has been able to provide leadership and  guidance during this critical period of recovery and building  forward, providing hundreds of grants and scholarshops on  St. Croix, St. Thomas and St. John. Our giving reached into  every corner of the Virgin Islands and affected thousands of  lives.

Viya CEO Geraldine Pitt stated, "Viya is committed to giving back to our communities in whatever way we can because we understand that the community has supported Viya throughout the years. What is special about this sponsorship is that it demonstrates the power of partnership and leading by example as the funds are mostly contributions from our vendors and employees. We are proud to partner with the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands because we share similar missions for rebuilding the Territory. Viya continues to be an exemplary partner in the economic development of the US Virgin Islands and this is just one of the many ways we demonstrate our commitment to its citizens." 


US Telecom Supports Children of Navajo Nation in the Spirit of Teambuilding

At this years US Telecom Kick-Off Meeting, teambuilding was in high gear, and all for a great cause! The challenge was tough. Twenty-six teams competed for points - which were then used towards items to fill backpacks for some lucky students of the Rock Point Community School, in Rock Point, AZ!  Rock Point Community School educates approximately 400 Students, grades k-12 from many of the surrounding areas, including Navajo Nation. The back packs were delivered to the kindergarten class and they loved the bags and they all said "thank you/Ahe'hee"!




The Student Conservation Assocation

ATN International sponsors the Student Conservation Association (SCA) in Arizona.  The SCA program provides dozens of youth a conversation experience comprised of entirely Navajo or Diné students.The teenaged crews repair trails and restores habitats, though much time is also devoted to better understanding the Diné culture. Park staff routinely share their scientific and historic knowledge, and crew members interact with local musicians, artists and storytellers.