ATLANTA, Dec. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Civic-minded business leaders across Georgia today launched goBeyondProfit
With a shared belief that giving back is good for business and good for Georgia, goBeyondProfit celebrates the extraordinary ways businesses give back to communities.
Founded by Jackson Healthcare and led by inaugural ambassadors, goBeyondProfit encourages business leaders and owners across the state to sign the goBeyondProfit pledge. With the pledge, Georgia businesses of all sizes and stages are encouraged to find and invest in creative ways to give back that align with their unique business models. More than 50 companies have already signed the pledge in support of the initiative's launch.
"We believe that business is a tremendous force for good in our communities," said Richard L. Jackson, chairman and CEO of Jackson Healthcare. "We also believe that by celebrating all the ways companies are being generous and raising awareness about the value of giving back, others will want to join in."
The goBeyondProfitfounding ambassadors are:
Business leaders wishing to take the pledge and share a story of corporate generosity may join at www.gobeyondprofit.org/pledge.
"We want business leaders across the state to know that if they are giving back in some way, they are in good company," said Jackson. "The goBeyondProfit initiative is an ideal way to share best practices and learn from each other. The aim is to make giving back the norm for all Georgia businesses."
About goBeyondProfitgoBeyondProfit is a first-of-its-kind business leader-led initiative that shines a light on corporate generosity of all kinds. Funded by Jackson Healthcare and launched by Georgia business leaders, goBeyondProfit promotes the belief that giving back is good for business and good for Georgia. goBeyondProfit will inspire businesses to make an indelible impact in the communities in which they do business by investing in creative ways of giving back that align with their unique business model. Visit www.gobeyondprofit.org to learn more about why businesses are coming together and pledging to serve their communities.
Media Contact:Cody NichelsonJackson Spalding for goBeyondProfitcnichelson@jacksonspalding.com706.621.4426
image1.jpg Richard L. Jackson, Chairman and CEO of Jackson Healthcare
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