Six Flags over Georgia became the first U.S. theme park to partner with Goodr, a sustainable waste management company that uses technology to fight against food waste and hunger.
This partnership will directly impact food security in metro Atlanta and the surrounding region. Goodr, founded by Jasmine Crowder, donates an abundance of food to local nonprofits and helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from landfills.
“Goodr offers the logistical solution to deliver our food surplus to the communities that need it the most,” Six Flags park President Dale Kaetzel said. “This partnership is a win-win in our effort to increase sustainability.”
Six Flags over Georgia is having its longest summer season in decades as it has been open daily since May 21 and it will close Labor Day, Sept 6. There are over two dozen food and beverage locations in the park and with an extended summer season, partnering with Goodr gives Six Flags Over Georgia the opportunity to help those communities that need it the most.