Georgia Power Provides $20,000 in Support of TechBridge’s Mission to Break the Cycle of Generational Poverty
Georgia Power has provided a donation of nearly $20,000 to TechBridge, a nonprofit dedicated to alleviating the causes of poverty with technology that allows community organizations across metro Atlanta and the state to expand the impact of their mission for the men, women and children who suffer from lack of access to shelter, food, employment, education, healthcare and financial literacy.
Since 2000, TechBridge has provided IT consulting and services to thousands of nonprofits nationwide and in seven countries. By matching the needs of nonprofits with the skills and financial resources of the technology community, TechBridge helps nonprofits harness the innovative technology and best practices long enjoyed by the corporate sector.
Georgia Power’s commitment to corporate citizenship and helping neighbors in communities across the state has a rich history spanning generations. Since inception, the Georgia Power Foundation – the utility’s nonprofit arm – has invested more than $200 million to enrich education, workforce development, community revitalization, economic mobility and environmental stewardship.
News provided by Metro Atlanta CEO – March 16, 2021.