DIRECTV Gives Back to the Communities It Serves on DIRECTV Day 2023

DIRECTV Gives Back to the Communities It Serves on DIRECTV Day 2023

DIRECTV is turning 29 on June 17, 2023, and is celebrating the occasion with volunteer events, employee engagement activities and more.

Honoring the company’s cultural values of “We Care, We Challenge and We Deliver,” DIRECTV is making a difference by volunteering in the communities where employees and customers call home. In the week leading up to DIRECTV Day, coordinated volunteer activities will take place across the country alongside internal company events meant to engage employees and encourage them to give back.

How DIRECTV is Celebrating

Channeling the “We Care” value, DIRECTV is coordinating dozens of volunteer opportunities all over the country including in New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Seattle, and San Juan, Puerto Rico ahead of DIRECTV Day. In the week leading up to June 17, nearly 500 employees will be joining forces to cook meals and organize activities for families at local RMHC Chapters across the U.S. Employees are encouraged to lend a hand at one of these events, or with additional volunteer occasions offered throughout the year, embodying the “We Challenge” aspect.

Most of the volunteer opportunities are with strategic charity partner, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), building on last year’s celebration with RMHC and the year-round employee volunteer and giving opportunities alongside once-in-a-lifetime experiences like the Sundance film screening or providing surprise tickets  to the Big Game in February.

The ever-growing list of DIRECTV Day volunteer events is below – and while employees are the backbone of this initiative, DIRECTV challenges all interested individuals to give their time to this worthwhile organizations.

DIRECTV Employees Volunteering

DIRECTV employees from seven states represented on these photos — Montana, California, Idaho, Colorado, Indianapolis, Michigan, and Tulsa. This crew stopped by the Ronald McDonald House in Denver to showcase their baking and landscaping skills. They baked 7 batches of Seven Layer Magic Bars and upgraded the RMHC sign landscape.

DIRECTV Day employees helping at RMHC

DIRECTV Day Events

EVENT NAME/ACTIVITIES

DATE

CITY

Atlanta-Egleston RMHC

12-Jun

Atlanta, GA

DIRECTV Day Atlanta-Egleston: Baker’s Club (RMHC)

14-Jun

Atlanta, GA

DIRECTV Day Atlanta-Scottish Rite: Casserole Club (RMHC)

16-Jun

Atlanta, GA

DIRECTV Day: NYC: RMHC Breakfast Bags (RMHC)

12-Jun

NYC, NY

DIRECTV Day Denver- Aurora: Breakfast & Landscaping (RMHC)

12-Jun

Aurora, CO

DIRECTV DAY: RMHC of Houston (Holcombe House)

12-Jun

Houston, TX

DIRECTV Day Los Angeles: Cooking Meals (Project Angel Food)

15-Jun

Los Angeles CA

DIRECTV Day: RMHC Long Beach

13-Jun

Long Beach, CA

DIRECTV Day: El Segundo Onsite (RMHC)

15-Jun

El Segundo, CA

DIRECTV Day: Sunrise, FL

 TBD

Sunrise, FL

DIRECTV Day: Dallas Ronald McDonald House

12-Jun

Dallas, TX

DIRECTV Day: Servicing the Community/Homeless

13-Jun

Huntsville, AL

DIRECTV Day: Boise, Idaho Foodbank

16-Jun

Meridian, ID

DIRECTV Day #1: RMHC Puerto Rico (RMHC)

14-Jun

San Juan, PR

DIRECTV Day #2: RMHC Puerto Rico: Movie RMHC) Night

15-Jun

San Juan, PR

DIRECTV Day: Missoula

TBD 6/12-6/16

Missoula, MT

DIRECTV Day: Missoula

TBD 13th  OR 16th

Missoula, MT

DIRECTV Day: Seattle

June 15

Seattle, WA

Everyone can join in on the DIRECTV Day celebration and see employees in action by following @WeAreDIRECTV on Twitter and Instagram

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