BT Foundation Donates More Than 125 Boxes of Food to the Center for Family Resources’ Food Drive | Bennett Thrasher Skip to main content

The BT Foundation is proud to announce it has donated 128 boxes of food to the Center for Family Resources’ annual Thanks for Giving food drive. This year’s food drive provides Thanksgiving meals and pantry staples for individuals and families in Cobb County who have been directly impacted by COVID-19.

“2020 has been a challenging year, but I am inspired by our associates who have come together and volunteered their time and monetary resources to support those in need,” said Joel Smith, BT Foundation President and the firm’s Controller. “We are thankful for the Center for Family Resources and its commitment to provide the services families need during these unprecedented times.”

To assemble the Thanks for Giving food boxes, teams were formed across the firm’s departments and service lines. Through this friendly competition, associates donated nearly $7,500 of food, surpassing 6,200 pounds total.

The Thanks for Giving food drive, which is in its 35th year, has a goal of 1,000 food boxes for 1,000 families. To learn more about the Center for Family Resources and how you can support its initiatives, visit

About the Bennett Thrasher Foundation

The BT Foundation’s mission is to serve those in need through contributions of time, talent and monetary grants to charitable organizations fostering the long-term development and success of individuals primarily located in the greater Atlanta community. The Foundation is funded from Bennett Thrasher’s top line revenues, contributions from employees and fundraising events and activities.

About the Center for Family Resources

Since 1960, the Center for Family Resources has annually helped more than 10,000 low-income families with temporary financial and food assistance, housing, employment and education services. By “empowering families to help themselves,” the staff at the Center for Family Resources is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty by helping families acquire the resources they need to become independent and self-sufficient. For more information, visit