During Thanksgiving, many people take the time to reflect and acknowledge all of the things they are most thankful for. Of course, this is a huge component of the holiday, but many forget about the second half of the word – Giving. At Fownders we know it’s not just enough to be grateful. We must contribute to help make our communities a better place. This is why we teamed up with the Anthony Robbins Foundation to put together food baskets for the homeless and poor with the help of Newark’s St Lucy’s Church.
We’re proud to have fed over 100 families this Thanksgiving. The feeling of giving is overwhelming, and we are truly honored to have helped in this way.
“If we can all focus on just doing one small act of kindness we can make a difference. It’s our honor to partner with the Anthony Robbins Foundation and St. Lucy’s Church–the church I’ve been going to as a child and the recipient of our donations this Thanksgiving,” says Fownders CEO, Gerard Adams.
As a social impact accelerator, we don’t take those words lightly. To have a social impact we must take action, we must give back, and we must be leaders when it comes to making our community a better place than when we found it.
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