“We’re invested in changing lives.” – Ayal Latz
Ayal Latz, President of a2b Fulfillment, believes in changing the lives of kids. Since 2013, his company has played a vital role in allowing the doors of Pete Nance Boys & Girls Club to be transformative for Greene’s youth.
With continued impact in mind, a2b Fulfillment recently made a $25,000 donation toward the club’s mission of enabling all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. “We continue to support Pete Nance Boys & Girls Club because we have seen firsthand the value that they provide to the kids and families in our community,” Latz said. “To contribute to the spaces and efforts that are making a direct impact on the youth of our local community is the real reward for us.”
For the past 5 years a2b has served as a corporate sponsor of PNBGC and in 2015, funded an art studio program at the club. The art studio, located within the club in Greensboro, Ga. provides daily opportunities for club members to express themselves through various mediums, including painting, drawing, graphic design and exposing students to careers in advertising, fashion design, enhanced photography, and animation. This recent donation of $25,000 will be used toward continued funding of the art studio, including upgrades to software.
“Our partnership with a2b Fulfillment is a wonderful example of how we create great futures together. The passion that Ayal and his wife Kara, who is a member of the PNBGC board and an active volunteer at the club, have for our youth is deeply valued by our Pete Nance staff and Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central Georgia,” Bob Mackey, BGCNCG CEO said. “We are the hub for youth development and because of corporate sponsors such as a2b Fulfillment we’re able to make a larger imprint on our youth.”
a2b Fulfillment is a third-party logistics provider specializing in order fulfillment and customer care services. For more information about a2b visit www.a2bf.com .
To learn more about Pete Nance Boys & Girls Club or to volunteer, visit www.bgcncg.com or call 706-920-1400.