We’re excited to announce our next panel event in our 'Double Tap The Keg' series, happening Thursday, Dec. 7, from 6:30-8 p.m. This time, our panelists are all entrepreneurs involved in ventures relating to philanthropy and products & services for social good.
Learn about our incredible panelists' projects:
Jesse Grossman - Founder, Community Bucket
Community Bucket is all about improving Atlanta – encouraging more volunteerism, creating more interesting ways to meet people, and tapping into the power of crowds to create positive change. Its vision is to transform how the millennial generation connects in this city.
Steven Carse - Founder, King of Pops
One of King of Pops’ missions is to work to be an example of a business doing good. Its impact is realized by being a positive food influencer, a relentless community supporter, and most importantly, a generator of Unexpected Moments of Happiness (UMoHs).
John Richards - Founder, In God We Must
John Elijah Richards started In God We Must in 2014 out of necessity — to provide a source of income to pay for medical expenses after losing his job, and health benefits, shortly after he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Now IGWM provides, caters and influences those who know where they are from, to those who have no idea, the ones with dreams, the ones with a purpose, and to those who are searching for one.
Eryn Eddy - Founder, So Worth Loving
So Worth Loving helps embrace people’s pasts and empower their futures. It uses apparel and storytelling as an entry point to create the conversations that enable that safe space to gain strength and in gaining that, help others gain their strength.
Come and join us for some beer and a great time as we hear from this talented lineup. We hope to see you (and your beer pong partner) at Imagine Media on Dec. 7!
Story by: Kris Martins