Racial Justice
The murder of George Floyd has sparked a global movement against police brutality and systemic racism. We support this movement, and are committed to help create a more just and inclusive society in which all people can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential.
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Here’s how we’ve mobilized to support the changemakers:
Product DonationWe’ve covered the Mailchimp monthly plan costs for eligible groups fighting racism in the United States for 12 months.
Multi-year, Unrestricted GrantsWe created a $675,000 grant program for organizations advancing racial equity work in Atlanta and beyond. We invested in the Atlanta Wealth Building Initiative, the Village Market, and the Partnership for Southern Equity.
Employer MatchingWe designed a donation matching campaign for employees to support racial justice organizations that collectively raised $235,000.
Because Anti-Blackness is a pervasive bias across society, our employee matching campaign supported a slate of organizations that not only fight bias and mass incarceration, but also promote Black wellness, art, and businesses.
Black Lives MatterA leading voice in the fight to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to stop violence inflicted on Black communities.
Equal Justice InitiativeFounded by Bryan Stevenson, committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the US.
The Loveland FoundationPromotes healing and seeks to remove the barriers to therapy in communities of color.
The Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Arts (MoCADA)Fights for equal access and opportunities for Black artists.
Oakland African-American Chamber of CommerceAdvocates on behalf of East Bay Black-owned businesses.
Southerners on New Ground (SONG)Builds, sustains, and connects a regional base of LBGTQ people to transform the region.
Unrestricted grants give organizations the freedom to be creative and help them grow on their own terms. We know that we have a responsibility to our partners, employees, and communities. We accept this responsibility and pledge to support equity and racial justice through our corporate citizenship work. We hope to set an example for other corporations looking to become a part of the solution.
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