Enterprise Holdings ROAD Forward and Families First Advancing Social and Racial Equity in Atlanta
These funds will make an incredible impact in our programming to build more resilient families in our community and narrowing the gaps of social and racial inequality. From providing counseling so that those of all incomes receive the much-needed mental health they deserve to offering additional services to help families have the stability they need, these funds will be used to aid even more families and in turn future generations.
DePriest Waddy, CEO of Families First
The contribution is a piece of the Enterprise Holdings ROAD Forward commitment to allocate $35 million to more than 70 global Enterprise operating teams to drive local impact as part of its broader commitment to donate $55 million over five years to organizations that advance social and racial equity in the communities where it operates.
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