This Friday, Pepsi Stronger Collectively — the brand’s sequence of grassroots initiatives bringing tailored programming assistance to communities across the country — is supporting the town of Atlanta as soon as yet again.
As part of its footprint in the Mary J. Blige and Pepsi “Strength of a Female Festival and Summit,” Pepsi Stronger Collectively is empowering ladies in the neighborhood starting with City of Refuge, an group that provides providers to families and persons in crisis including housing for girls and solitary moms, youth progress and job education. Along with a clothes donation to restock the Town of Refuge’s closet for new residents, Pepsi Stronger Collectively is also offering a $20,000 donation to more assistance the significant operate the firm does in assisting women in require.
“The closet presents extra than just clothes to these women, it’s a person of their initial touchpoints when they arrive and a resource of self confidence and self-respect. We discover that when women of all ages like the apparel they are wearing they regard themselves additional and as a result demand regard from the folks in their lives,” explained Kelsi Franco, director of Women’s Housing at Town of Refuge.
“This generous assistance from Pepsi More robust Collectively will allow us to carry on aiding the women of all ages who reside right here with new clothing as properly as methods to empower them, which in transform helps them in setting up self-assurance and preparedness for the workforce and beyond.”
As part of the Pepsi Much better Collectively donation to Metropolis of Refuge, the brand name will be delivering:
– A assortment of brand new dresses to support reinstate the donation-based mostly women’s closet that supplies absolutely free dresses every month to about 100 women of all ages in want. Providing a range of tougher to source inclusive sizing, the brand’s donation covers small business qualified apparel, athletic use and much more to support females that appear to City of Refuge with only the clothing on their backs.
– A $20,000 grant to assistance the organization’s ongoing function in the Atlanta local