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Families in need in the Atlanta area received the supplies over the weekend. In collaboration with Goodr, Garner Trial Attorneys, Nouveaux and Kandi Care held the giveaway at the Jefferson Park Recreation Center in East Point.
Jasmine Crowe, Goodr CEO, said in a statement that single-parent families are vulnerable in their communities, and Goodr was honored to work with Burruss and her foundation.
“Single-parent families are a uniquely vulnerable part of our communities,” Crowe stated. “Even two-income households are struggling to provide anything above basic necessities right now so events like this are essential. Goodr is honored to partner with Kandi Cares again on such a vital initiative.”
Kandi’s “Back To School” School Supply Giveaway was a SUCCESS today🔥💫 Kandi ALWAYS gives back to her community in East Point, where she was raised😉 Kandi’s giving spirit WILL NOT be spoiled by a rotten peach🍑💅🏾 #RHOA #KandiCares pic.twitter.com/ob6GDI8JoC
— TeamKandiAlways💋 (@teamkandialways) July 30, 2022
Burruss also released a statement stating that the organizations are delighted to spread positivity in a world filled with so much negativity. She also said the initiative would provide single-parent homes with all necessities.
“With so much negativity in the world and the cost of living continuing to rise, we are delighted to spread some positivity and help the families within our community that desperately need it,” Burruss said. “This initiative will provide single-parent homes with the necessities for all of their back-to-school needs.”
“With so much negativity in the world and the cost of living continuing to rise, we are delighted to spread some positivity and help the families within our community that desperately need it,” said Kandi Burruss. https://t.co/DQJ3zWNSVw
— CBS46 (@cbs46) July 31, 2022
In an Instagram post, Burruss shared photos and videos of the event, thanking her collaborators for a successful event.
“Today was an awesome day! We did our @kandicares back to school give away & gave away book bags, filled with school supplies & snacks for over 500 children,” Burruss wrote. “Thank you @cityofeastpoint @goodrco @nouveaubaratl @gta_law & all of our volunteers for partnering with us for this giveback! Love y’all!”
Over the weekend, several other giveaways were held across metro Atlanta in addition to Burruss’ back-to-school event.