Asset manager OppenheimerFunds supported the local community in Atlanta this week during the firm’s Distribution Symposium, a semi-annual conference for more than 250 members of the firm’s Distribution team. According to a press release, employees assembled supplies that support Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta’s arts, teen services, healthy lifestyles and learning center programs. OppenheimerFunds also provided the organization with a $60,000 grant.
“2019 marks OppenheimerFunds’ 60th year and in recognition of that milestone, we are delighted to make a $60,000 contribution to the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta,” said John McDonough, Head of Distribution and Marketing at OppenheimerFunds. “It is organizations such as the Boys and Girls Clubs and many diverse nonprofits with whom we work that make such an impact across the communities where our employees and clients live and work.”
“The generous grant provided by OppenheimerFunds will allow the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta to continue programs that help prepare and inspire children in Atlanta for a better future,” said Nicole Pietro, Senior Vice President for Resource Development and Marketing, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta. “The supplies donated by the firm will support crucial programs that benefit the nearly 3,000 children served by our 24 clubs across the region.”