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GENESIS GIVES AND GENESIS OF SAVANNAH DONATE $10,000 TO THE FRANK CALLEN BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SAVANNAH

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SAVANNAH, Ga., Sept. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Genesis Gives, a corporate social responsibility initiative from Genesis Motor North America, and Genesis of Savannah recently donated a total of $10,000 to the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club (FCBGC) of Savannah, a nonprofit organization that provides out-of-school educational and youth development programs. A ceremonial check was presented to FCBGC in Savannah, Georgia.

(left to right) Angela Hendrix, vice president of marketing and public relations, Savannah Economic Development Authority (SEDA), Terrance Ross, sales manager, Genesis of Savannah, Brandon Ramirez, director, corporate social responsibility, Genesis Motor America, Karen Hamilton Thompson, Club Unit Director, Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club, Mark Lindsay, chief executive officer, Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club, John Brooks, board of directors chairman, Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club, Chris Schimek, general manager, Genesis of Savannah, Vanessa Perez, Genesis Motor America, Trip Tollison, president and chief executive officer, Savannah Economic Development Authority, in Savannah, Ga. on September 9, 2022.
(left to right) Angela Hendrix, vice president of marketing and public relations, Savannah Economic Development Authority (SEDA), Terrance Ross, sales manager, Genesis of Savannah, Brandon Ramirez, director, corporate social responsibility, Genesis Motor America, Karen Hamilton Thompson, Club Unit Director, Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club, Mark Lindsay, chief executive officer, Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club, John Brooks, board of directors chairman, Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club, Chris Schimek, general manager, Genesis of Savannah, Vanessa Perez, Genesis Motor America, Trip Tollison, president and chief executive officer, Savannah Economic Development Authority, in Savannah, Ga. on September 9, 2022.

"Genesis is committed to investing in the communities we serve, and we see no better way to accomplish that than through supporting children's education," said Brandon Ramirez, director, corporate social responsibility and external relations, Genesis Motor America. "Genesis Gives recognizes the importance of providing opportunities for children to grow their minds and learn the skills they need to be successful, in a safe and positive environment."

FCBGC is the first chartered Boys and Girls Club in the state of Georgia, just celebrating its 100th anniversary this past July. The club serves about 300 children ages 5-18 every day, majority being from a minority background. The cost to enroll in the program is only $20 per year with scholarships available to those who need it. Programs include support for academic success, emotional and social development, workforce development and career exploration, STEM activities, and many more.

"This donation means everything to us. Without the support of companies like Genesis, we would not be able to exist," said Mark Lindsay, chief executive officer, Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club. "This donation is going to be used for our STEM program, which helps teach our kids valuable life lessons, as well as shows them a variety of potential career paths."

Genesis Gives

Genesis Gives is a corporate social responsibility initiative from Genesis Motor North America. Expanding on the brand's commitment to the highest standards of performance and its athletic elegance design identity, Genesis Gives supports nonprofit organizations with the goal of improving access to, and performance in, youth sports and STEAM education in under resourced communities. For more information, visit www.GenesisGives.com.

Genesis Motor North America

At Genesis, we put the customer at the center of every decision we make. Genesis is a global automotive brand that delivers the highest standards of performance, design, safety, and innovation while looking towards a more sustainable future. Genesis designs customer experiences that go beyond products, embodying audacious, forward-thinking, and distinctly Korean characteristics within its unique Athletic Elegance design identity. With a growing range of award-winning models — including the 2022 MotorTrend SUV of the Year, GV70, along with G70, G80, G90, GV60, and GV80 — Genesis aims to lead the age of electrification by focusing on a dual electrification strategy involving fuel-cell and battery EVs, starting with its Electrified G80 and GV60 electric models.  Genesis has stated its commitment to becoming an all-electric vehicle brand by 2030 and to pursuing carbon neutrality by 2035.

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