The global pandemic has changed our lives and our business the past couple years, but one thing that remains constant is Delta's commitment to the communities where we live, work and serve. Giving back may have looked a little different in 2021, but Delta people contributed to those in need in monumental ways.
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From donating and assembling 1,250 bikes during the holidays and planting 68 trees in downtown Atlanta to improve the tree canopy to donating 11,347 pints of life-saving blood and more, Delta people served communities across the world, even during uncertain times. 

"Giving back to the communities where we live, work and serve is a part of our DNA at Delta, and it has never been more important," said Tad Hutcheson, Managing Director – Community Engagement. "Even in a pandemic, our people want to roll up their sleeves and help. Whether through giving blood, providing food and supplies to those in need or bringing smiles to children's faces during the holidays with bikes built by TechOps employees, Delta people care, and it shows." 

SUPPORT FOR OUR COMMUNITIES

Delta maintained our commitment to serving our communities and supporting our partners by:

SHARING TIME AND TALENTS 

Delta people volunteered their time and talents by: 

DELTA AWARDS

In recognition of these efforts, Delta received numerous awards and distinctions throughout the year, including:

 

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