Update: Help our charity in Oklahoma win BIG

Dear Friends,

Friendly rivalry will help nonprofits win big — including 1 based in Oklahoma — and you can join in the fun! AT&T is teaming up with Brackets For Good USA, the first national online bracket-style fundraising competition.

The competition concludes at 9 p.m. EST on Friday, March 31, and Oklahoma-based Allied Arts has made it to the final round for a chance to win an additional $100,000 from an AT&T contribution to Brackets For Good.

It’s competitive giving — and everybody wins. Learn more and support your favorite nonprofit today at usa.bfg.org!

We congratulate Allied Arts and all of the organizations participating and look forward to an exciting competition, where everyone wins.

To learn more, click here.

Brackets for Good

Regards,

Steve Hahn
President — AT&T Oklahoma

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DC Brackets for Good

Friendly rivalry will help nonprofits win big — including 1 based in Oklahoma — and you can join in the fun! AT&T is teaming up with Brackets For Good to host Brackets For Good USA, the first national online bracket-style fundraising competition.

From Feb. 24 through March 31, 64 nonprofits will compete for donors’ support, with every dollar donated earning 1 “point” to help them advance to the next round. Oklahoma-based Allied Arts will square off against charities across America.The nonprofits get to keep their donations, and the winner takes home an additional $100,000 from an AT&T contribution  to Brackets For Good.

It’s competitive giving — and everybody wins. Learn more and support your favorite nonprofit today at usa.bfg.org!

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Steve Hahn is the president of AT&T Oklahoma. Steve was appointed to his current position in May 2014. In his role representing AT&T’s interests across the state, he works closely with community leaders, policymakers, employees, business leaders and customers to help meet AT&T’s objective to inspire human progress through the power of communication and entertainment.

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