Archives for September 2016

Humanitarian Support Foundation Atlanta – Bingo Night At Sunrise Senior Living

Humanitarian Support Foundation Atlanta Employees spent an evening with the lovely residence of the local Sunrise Senior Living community. Sunrise places fullsizerenderits efforts in a resident-centered approach that gives the individual the care they need in addition to daily support with an emphasis in maintaining a reasonable level of independence.img_7614

The Humanitarian Support Foundation donated a new Bingo set , prizes and served dessert to all participants. Employees also played the role of Bingo caller and helping check cards. Employee’s had a chance not only to make new friends in the area on this fun filled night but gained volunteer hours in doing so.

img_7616Employees volunteer hours are turned into earned dollars through the “Matching Action with Dollars” plan. At the end of the year, employees earned dollars are to a 501-C3 of their choice.


Humanitarian Support Foundation ATLANTA Employee goes Over the Edge for LIVESTRONG

img_4623Humanitarian Support Foundation Atlanta raised and donated $500.00 while employee, Taylor Littlefield rappel down the side of Buckhead Tower in support of LIVESTRONG programs and services.

photo-3LIVESTRONG Foundation fights to improve the lives of people around the world affected with cancer. LIVESTRONG connect people and communities with the services they need, and call for state, national and world leaders to help fight cancer. LIVESTRONG strive to be the best possible stewards of the financial commitments that donors and partners make to improve the lives of people affected with cancer today.

Humanitarian Support Foundation ATLANTA aids Louisiana flood victims

Adonations-to-louisana-flood-victimsGL Atlanta teamed up with various local businesses in the Logistics Industry and quickly put together supplies for Louisiana flood victims. “We were given the opportunity to help out. The Humanitarian Support Foundation always tries to be a good neighbor and give aid whenever possible” says Mike Shea. Mike coordinated and delivered boxes of baby supplies to a local warehouse for loading into a 53-foot trailer. Over 30,000.00 pounds of supplies were collected and trucked to Louisiana.

Heavy rains in August caused massive flooding in Louisiana, and is considered the worst natural disaster in the U.S. since superstorm Sandy struck the East Coast in 2012. Thousands lost their homes and businesses. One parish reportedly had 31 inches of rain in just 15 hours. Louisiana’s governor estimated the floods have caused more than $8.7 billion in damage.

The Humanitarian Support Foundation’s employees are committed and involved in volunteering, donations and working with charities beyond state borders.