Corporate Community Involvement
It's not just
FOR PRIMERICA, GIVING BACK IS
CLOSE TO OUR HEARTS.
That sense of community involvement and of making a difference extends to every area of our business – both in how we help families live better financial lives, as well as providing support to our local communities through the work of The Primerica Foundation, Primerica's charitable arm into the community. In addition to the Foundation, Primerica supports key nonprofits through the Primerica Corporate Charitable Giving Program. Primerica's charitable focus is to help people find self-sufficiency. This support helps thousands of people and families – many in crisis – work toward a better quality of life. Over the years, these programs have positively impacted thousands of people in our communities, and we are proud to be a part of those efforts.
I have always taken great pride in being part of an organization whose mission it is to serve others. As a steward of The Primerica Foundation, I'm committed to assessing the most critical needs in our community and utilizing our funding for maximum and lasting impact.
President and Chair of The Primerica Foundation
Top 25 Georgia Based, Company-Sponsored Foundations
As named by the Atlanta Business Chronicle for 2017–2019
As named by Gwinnett Magazine for 2015-2020, a recipient of the Gwinnett Chamber's D. Scott Hudgens Humanitarian Award, and named 2018 Benefactor of the Year, Technical College Foundation Association of Georgia
Awarded 520 Grants
Given Over $11 Million in Grant Funding
Impacted Over 3 Million Lives
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WORK IN THE COMMUNITY:
Volunteer Days and Angel Days
Primerica encourages volunteerism among our corporate employees, giving eligible individuals one paid "Volunteer Day" per year and one annual paid "Angel Day" for committing an hour of pay each month throughout the year to our yearly Employee Giving Campaign.
The Primerica Foundation
The Primerica Foundation is committed to supporting community causes, which contribute to the obtainment and preservation of self-sufficiency for the underserved and low–to moderate income families and individuals. The Primerica Foundation is a separate legal entity from Primerica, Inc. with tax–exempt status under section 501 (c)(3) tax code. The Primerica Foundation is governed by a Board of Trustees. Funding for the Foundation is provided by annual contributions from Primerica, Inc. in addition to donations from Primerica corporate employees. The Primerica Foundation does not solicit contributions outside the state of Georgia; exemption documents, annual filings and licenses are on file with the Georgia Secretary of State. Funding from the Foundation is by invitation only, nonprofit funding is sourced by the Foundation's board of trustees and through recommendations when appropriate and in alignment with the focus of the Foundation.