Share Your Why: Neon Chapman

Neon Chapman, Engineering Director at UPS in Atlanta, is committed to serving his community alongside United Way of Greater Atlanta African-American Partnership. Today, hear why Neon, AAP’s board vice chair, is connected to the AAP cause.

United Way of Greater Atlanta African-America Partnership is a group of donors with shared affinities for philanthropy, leadership and service, who are striving to positively impact the community by increasing the number of African-American leadership donors to United Way of Greater Atlanta. AAP’s signature cause is powering the potential of African-American boys and young men. The group invests in literacy, mentoring, education and job readiness programs to prepare the next generation of Greater Atlanta’s youth for success in academics, career and life. To learn more about AAP, click here.

Share Your Why: Linda Parrish

At this year’s United Way of Greater Atlanta State of the Children Breakfast, King & Spalding was recognized as a 2017 – 2018 Child Well-Being Impact Fund Champion, as well as the winner of the Logan Cup, given each year to the law firm that demonstrates the highest generosity of spirit and civic commitment in support of child well-being in Greater Atlanta.

As Community Affairs Director, Linda Parrish is a significant driver in King & Spalding’s efforts to improve Greater Atlanta communities and give back to the region it calls home. Today, hear some of the “why” behind her community service, which includes volunteering with Atlanta Habitat for Humanity as well as membership on United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Public Policy Committee.


Why do you give, advocate and volunteer? Whether community service is part of your personal or professional life – or both – we want to hear what makes you passionate about giving back to Greater Atlanta. Share Your Why with us!

Share Your Why: Kevin Parrish

On June 7, Wells Fargo volunteers came together to serve our community during United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Food Insecurity Week, a week focused on reducing hunger across our region’s 13 counties. As a 2018 Silence The Growl sponsor, Wells Fargo is working with us to fight food insecurity – especially for the 350,000 children in Greater Atlanta at risk of going without one or more meals each day this summer.

As a Vice President and District Manager at Wells Fargo, as well as a member of our South Fulton Advisory Board, Kevin Parrish is committed to this cause. Today, hear him share why he believes it’s so important to Silence the Growl of childhood hunger in Greater Atlanta.

What’s your “why” – the reason you give, advocate and volunteer? Share your story with United Way of Greater Atlanta!