Whole Foods to donate 5% of Aug. 30 sales to cancer aid
The Whole Foods Market in Sandy Springs has selected the Georgia Cancer Foundation (GFC) as the recipient of their “5% Day” on Aug. 30.
Four times a year, Whole Foods contributes 5% of one day’s sales to a deserving non-profit organization.
So on Thursday, Aug. 30, the Sandy Springs Whole Foods, 5930 Roswell Road, will be contributing 5% of that day’s sales of organic goods to fight cancer.
Rudy Morgan, Executive Director of GCF, said he is thrilled with the newly formed partnership.
“Many organizations apply for this program, but obviously only a few can benefit,” said Morgan. “We are grateful to Whole Foods for stepping up and getting involved in Georgia’s effort to curb and eradicate cancer.”
Georgia Cancer Foundation, which is based in Atlanta, provides education, early detection, and support for Georgia residents affected by all types of cancer.
RockBridge Bank names 2 to its board
RockBridge Commercial Bank has appointed Carol Cookerly, president of Cookerly Public Relations and Rebecca I. Flick, vice president and treasurer for The Home Depot, as two new members to its board of directors.
Cookerly and Sandy Springs resident Flick join a board that includes Carll Burr, Bud Carter, John Collins, James Grein, David Hanson, Charles Lipman, William Porter, Lawrence Smith, Dr. D. Arnold Tillman and David Zalik.
Cookerly founded Cookerly Public Relations in 1991 as a full-service communications firm. Flick started her career at The Home Depot in 1996 as treasury manager, overseeing all elements of the company’s treasury activities.
Sandy Springs-based RockBridge closed on the largest banking capitalization in Georgia history last year at $36.6 million and opened its office at 5607 Glenridge Drive nine months ago. RockBridge targets commercial clients seeking $1 million to $5 million for working capital, expansion and real estate needs.
AAA offers free school notary services
The Atlanta office of AAA Auto Club South is offering free notary service to all parents and /or guardians of children needing notary services for school documents. The free service is available through September 30 at the Atlanta office, located at 4540B Roswell Road in Sandy Springs.
Many schools now require students and parents to submit notarized documentation for identification and permission slips, especially for many sports and other after-school activities.
“Getting everybody ready to go back to school can be hectic and costly too,” said Kyle Wiggs, vice president, branch operations for AAA Auto Club South. “We just want to offer a service for everyone that adds savings and convenience!”
For further information, call 404-843- 4500.