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Special Photo ---- Project Open Hand/Atlanta Coordinator Felicia Martin receives a check from BJ's Community Affairs Assistant Manager Susie Meacham and BJ's Operations Manager Uveimar Sandovar as part of the BJ's Charitable Foundation grant program. BJ's Charitable Foundation recently announced donated $110,000 to 16 charitable organizations in Georgia. The Foundation disperses funds to organizations focused on hunger prevention, self sufficiency, healthcare and education. The grants in Georgia are part of the Foundation's quarterly cycle to provide donations to charitable organizations in the 15 states where BJ's Wholesale Clubs are located. Locally, Newton County Reads of Oxford was awarded $2,500 in support of programs that address the needs of undereducated adults/teens by providing adult literacy, GED preparation and English as a Second Language programs.

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Special Photo Project Open Hand/Atlanta Coordinator Felicia Martin receives a check from BJ’s Community Affairs Assistant Manager Susie Meacham and BJ’s Operations Manager Uveimar Sandovar as part of the BJ’s Charitable Foundation grant program. BJ’s Charitable Foundation recently donated $110,000 to 16 charitable organizations in Georgia. The Foundation disperses funds to organizations focused on hunger prevention, self sufficiency, health care and education. The grants in Georgia are part of the Foundation’s quarterly cycle to provide donations to charitable organizations in the 15 states where BJ’s Wholesale Clubs are located. Locally, Newton County Reads of Oxford was awarded $2,500 in support of programs that address the needs of undereducated adults/teens by providing adult literacy, GED preparation and English as a Second Language programs.

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