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Giving Back

Whether you want to start your own company or not, you can lead in great ways to make a difference. Businesses in today’s world can make a difference in our communities. That’s what’s happening.”

Anisa Telwar

Each year Anisa International allocates 10 percent of its total resources to charitable organizations we are passionate about. Although corporate philanthropy has always been part of the original vision for Anisa International, the impact of such giving over 20 years — of products, time, passion and money — has been transformative for its people and culture. It has created the Anisa Family.

Anisa International is a longtime supporter of LifeLine Animal Project, a non-profit organization working to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable cats and dogs in metro Atlanta shelters.  We applaud the progress that LifeLine has made on behalf of Atlanta’s neediest pets through its management of the Fulton and DeKalb County shelters, two low-cost spay/neuter clinics and community outreach programming.

Anisa has been an important friend to LifeLine from the very beginning.  Without her unfailing support, I can say with certainty that LifeLine would not be the leading organization it has become.  Anisa’s transformative philanthropy has directly and forever changed the landscape around animal welfare in Atlanta.

Lifeline Animal Project CEO, Rebecca Guinn

Families First provides solutions and support to thousands of children and families throughout Atlanta through adoption programs, homeless family assistance, advocacy, family counseling and more. Anisa International is proud to provide – and to support – in-kind donations and to support programs like holiday food and gift baskets, back-to-school supplies and event sponsorships.

“We are honored to partner with our champion supporter! Anisa’s commitment to community is inspiring and reinforces our belief that with community partners we will be able to conquer the issues facing our families and children.”

Families First CEO, Kim Anderson

Fernbank Museum of Natural History is home to the world’s largest dinosaurs, Atlanta’s biggest IMAX® screen and one of the largest urban Piedmont forest in the United States. Hands-on exhibits, live animals, archaeological artifacts and other fun experiences make science come alive for all ages.  Anisa International is proud to provide and support in-kind donations and programs that inspire life-long learning of natural history