GIVING BACK

Building Communities

Kitchen Cabinets-Atlanta believes in the urgent need to build communities, helping people and organizations to achieve all their potential.

A big part of our vision is answering the growing need to promote and strengthen non-profit organizations, especially those related to children and the hispanic population. We firmly think we can become an unstoppable force in today’s world as an agent of development and change.

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Deeply Involved

Edita Monsalve, our President is deeply involved with several organizations close to her heart:

  • Emprendedores Latinos, a great community with a powerful mission which is: Connect, inspire and educate hispanic entrepreneurs.

  • Giovanni's Children Foundation is a non-profit organization with the ultimate goal of providing basic needs to children in El Salvador and Philippines. They host an annual fundraising event called “Dining for Charity” which take place at Giovanni’s Restaurant in Austell, GA

  • LISTA: Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association is a national community for Latino Technology Professionals, Tech Business and students Its mission is to educate, motivate and encourage the use of technology in the latino community.

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Social Responsibility

We are convinced that every company should apply the four core principles that define the essence of Social Responsibility: minimizing harm, maximizing benefit, being accountable and responsive to stakeholders, and supporting strong financial results. The only way to be socially responsible is when people and the planet share the spotlight with the profit.

Being responsible is no longer a nice-to-do, is a reputational imperative that we try to fulfill every day. Kitchen Cabinets-Atlanta wants to be a driving force in helping to solve some of the most pressing social issues in our community and invites you to be an active participant in the positive change we hope to achieve. We are sure we can do it together!.

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ORGANIZATIONS WE SUPPORT