All For One Foundation Hosts Open House
The All For One Foundation, Founder, Jeff Levitan and students from The Lionheart School host Georgia State Senator, Brandon Beach, Members of the Rotary Club of Alpharetta and the public sharing its mission of helping vulnerable children and communities worldwide.
By: The All For One Foundation
Headquartered in Alpharetta, the All for One Foundation is currently celebrating 20 years of global service to orphaned and vulnerable children, families and communities through significant partnerships with indigenous organizations in 23 plus countries. But it's the support from the local Atlanta / Alpharetta community that Jeff credits for All For One's continuity.
Levitan went on to thank the Georgia based, Locum Tenens Foundation and the Rotary Club of Alpharetta for their generous gifts to support the All for One child prosperity Center's in Sierra Leone and Uganda. In Sierra Leone, the Locum Tenens Foundation gift allowed AFO to implement its Child re-unification and Family care program and the Rotary Club's gift will be instrumental in the completion of the new computer lab in the Uganda CPC.
According to Jeff, "Giving back to society doesn't just offer benefits to others, it's also good for us. Good actions give us a sense of meaning and larger purpose. Giving back unlocks hidden talents and capabilities undiscovered in ourselves until we try and help someone else."
The All For One foundation Board, staff, volunteers and Jeff, wish to thank the following for their support of AFO's first open house in this 20th anniversary year. Senator Beach and students from The Lionheart School https://thelionheartschool.com/
Please join the All For One Foundation Sunday, December 11, 2022 as they virtually open their doors for The All For One Foundation Global Open House event streaming live from Alpharetta and around the world. https://allforone.org/