AFC Foundation is thrilled to announce that it has donated to the Corners Outreach nonprofit organization in Georgia. This donation marks AFC Foundation’s latest charitable contribution to a service-based organization. Previously, AFC Foundation has supported Pennsylvania Court Appointed Special Advocates Association (“PA CASA”), Yo Soy Ella and The Weldon Project.
“The evolution of the cannabis industry is heavily reliant on the health of the communities in which the businesses operate. As a result, it is imperative that we work to improve these communities and invest in their future endeavors,” said Robyn Tannenbaum, President of AFC Foundation and a co-founder of AFC. “We are proud to continue our efforts to enact social change. More importantly, we are excited to support an organization like Corners Outreach that works to improve education and career opportunities for families.”
Corners Outreach is a nonprofit organization that strives to equip Metro Atlanta’s underserved students of color and their families with the tools needed to lead full lives through educational development and economic opportunities.
“We are thrilled to learn that AFC Foundation has identified Corners Outreach as a worthy charity and appreciate their support. With this donation, we will continue integrating ourselves in the communities in which we operate and strengthen the programs we use to support marginalized communities throughout the greater Atlanta area,” said Corners Outreach President and CEO Larry Campbell.
For more information about Corners Outreach visit their website at https://cornersoutreach.org/