Affairs to Remember Expands Legacy Giving Program

November 5, 2018 (Atlanta)

Affairs to Remember, Atlanta’s greenest caterer and one of the largest privately held off-premise luxury caterers in the United States, today announced that it is expanding its Legacy Giving program to include for-profit organizations new to Affairs to Remember seeking to include a charitable component in their catered special events.

To date, Affairs to Remember has donated and sponsored more than $3,000,000 in catering and event design services to local nonprofit organizations through its Legacy Giving program. The program has always included for-profit organizations hosting charitable events and this expansion takes that one step farther.

These new sponsorships may include substantial discounts off catering charges, including food and beverage, equipment and service staff. Often the company may also sponsor design services at sponsored levels. The amount discounted will be gifted to local charities in the name of the company being sponsored.

Patrick Williams, owner and chief photographer at PWP Studio—a Trusted Partner to Affairs to Remember for 12 years—said, “The Legacy Giving initiative is a natural evolution of the incredible programs they already have in place, and we can’t wait to hear how the for-profit expansion benefits our community in unexpected ways.”

When most businesses ‘bailed’ on sustainable concepts a decade ago, Affairs to Remember ‘doubled down’; as a result, their mindful approach to business overall has shown everyone that excellence in our industry can happily coexist with responsible sustainability-minded business practices while also being a transformative corporate citizen,” continued Williams. “Atlanta is incredibly blessed to have Affairs to Remember at the leading edge of developing best practices for mindful events and sustainability innovation on a national level.”

The benefiting nonprofit organizations in this program expansion are three of Affairs’ favorites:

Affairs to Remember has donated prepared, unused food to the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB)—through ACFB’s Atlanta’s Table program—for more than a decade, and has volunteered at the food bank and has contributed through additional means.

The company’s employee base is comprised of a large number of animal lovers and Affairs to Remember has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with P.A.W.S. Atlanta, a no-kill animal shelter. Affairs has catered their annual gala and other fundraising events, and has assisted with animal adoptions.

Recently, Working Title Playwrights (WTP) awarded three Affairs to Remember employees—who are members of WTP—their Ovation Award. The company continues an arrangement of making a monetary contribution to the nonprofit for every hour worked by employees hired via Working Title Playwrights.

We hope this program will help for-profit organizations enhance their guests’ experience by connecting their event with non-profit outreach. With Legacy Giving, we assist charitable giving in ways both substantial and sustainable,” said Affairs to Remember’s Managing Director Patrick Cuccaro.

Clients awarded a Legacy Giving sponsorship will receive written notification of the donation from the benefiting non-profit(s) thanking them for having chosen Affairs to Remember and noting the amount that was donated in the sponsored company’s name.

Cuccaro, an accomplished playwright and the creator of the company’s Legacy Giving program, added, “Watching the success of our Legacy Giving program, and more importantly the difference it has made to the mission and fundraising efforts of dozens of nonprofit organizations over the last decade, has been rewarding beyond our dreams. Taking this next step to further include for-profit organizations is, we believe, going to be a win-win, for the sponsored organizations and the benefiting nonprofits.”

Now in its 10th year, the Legacy Giving program was created in late 2008 as a way for Affairs to Remember to give back to the community that it has now served for more than 40 years.

Affairs to Remember’s Legacy Program is two pronged: Legacy Giving and Legacy Green, the latter being the company’s 10-year running sustainability program that has earned the company the designation of “Atlanta’s Greenest Caterer”.

About Affairs to Remember
Affairs to Remember is one of the largest privately held full-service event design and catering companies in the United States. Our award-winning services include expertise in off-premise catering, ballroom and event space management, bar management, and full event management and production throughout the Southeast. Our consultants also orchestrate venue selection, décor, music, entertainment, tents, lighting, and photography. We are also Atlanta’s first Zero Waste Zones caterer. Our 40-plus years of success is attributed to the company’s innovative menus, impeccable service, attention to detail, logistical achievements and reliability. Clients consistently applaud our expertise in guiding them through an exciting, memorable experience. For more information, please call (404) 872-7859 or visit

Travis S. Taylor
Director of Communications
(404) 872-7859 x22

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