The campaign will be seen within months on television ads, online, in print and heard on radio. In addition, parents, high school guidance educators and teens can visit AT&T's online resource center by clicking on this link. The carrier has also started a Facebook app to help others pledge not to text and drive. The address is www.facebook.com/att. AT&T will promote the pledge through a "twitition" on Twitter. You can follow this at @ShareATT. While the network operator says that the message is for all drivers, it is aiming at younger drivers and will contribute $250,000 to one or more non-profit organizations focused on youth safety.