Home of "The Generous Policy" ... 5% of profits helping those in need

Through our corporate giving program, we work with key organizations in our communities to address the issue of homelessness and improvements in education. We donate 5% of our earnings to the groups listed below who are working hard to significantly affect people's lives. With a goal to fundamentally end homelessness, these organizations provide services such as temporary housing; behavioral health; employment; education; and connectivity to the community for potential employment and long-term counseling and assistance.

City of Refuge family

City of Refuge

Atlanta, GA

With 20 years of experience and 20,000 lives transformed, City of Refuge is a leader in the business of social transformation. As the one-stop shop for poverty relief, City of Refuge offers several programs such as medical care, job training, education, and school programs. All these innovative programs are offered in the safe and inviting 200,000+ sq. ft. warehouse space.

People helped by The Extension

The Extension

Atlanta, GA

The mission at The Extension is to facilitate a transformation that empowers chemically dependent homeless men and women to become sober, accountable members of society and to serve as a recovery resource for the community.

Children at LAAmistad


Atlanta, GA

LaAmistad, which simply means “the friendship,” is the premier organization serving Latinos in Atlanta. With a nurturing environment, rooted in a fundamental belief in the power of friendships and relationships, they foster academic excellence helping students, parents and families to achieve a better quality of life. Currently serving students online and in-person!

Family helped at New Beginnings

New Beginnings

Tampa, FL

Since 2002, providing a network of collaborative partnerships to take a holistic approach to help address the chronic issues contributing to homelessness. From emergency assistance, to full recovery New Beginnings offers people trapped in addiction with basic needs (food, clothing & shelter), rehabilitation, life skills training, counseling, case management, adult education, employment assistance (assessment, training & placement) and permanent housing placement.