Charity & Scholarships

universitiesAtlanta Air Cargo Association is proud of the work we do every year in supporting our community.

We have endowed chairs at four universities in the Atlanta area:

  • Georgia Southern
  • Georgia State
  • Clayton State
  • Georgia Tech

At our June luncheon, scholarships are awarded to students attending an accredited Georgia college or university and studying in the logistics, transportation, or international business fields.

Individuals wishing to apply for a scholarship may do so by completing the application which can be downloaded at this link 2017 Scholarship Application

2014 Charities

Every year, the Atlanta Air Cargo Association identifies and contributes to charities in our community. In 2014, we are proud to have made contributions to the following organizations:

Berts Big Adventure Charity Logo Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta Logo Haven House Charity LogoReal Life Center Atlanta

Past Scholarship Winners:


  • Chris Chennault
  • Amanda Butler




  • Chris Chennault
  • Abigal Butler


  • Neil Anthony, Southern Export Services
  • Sarah Breffle, Atlanta Intl Packaging and Crating


  • Richard Hartley, USA Cargo


  • Joshua Lewis, JAS Forwarding
  • Hope Chavez, Atlanta Customs Brokers
  • Marcel Breffle, Atlantic Intl Packing
  • Andrew Falconer, Saturn Freight Systems


  • Marcella Breffle, Atlanta Intl Packing & Crating
  • Kristen Holt, Atlanta Perishables Group
  • Hope Chavez, Atlanta Customs Brokers


  • Brandon Darrow, FedEx Trade Networks
  • Samantha Wisner, FedEx Trade Networks
  • Esperanza Chavez, Atlanta Customs Brokers


  • Andrew Falconer, USA Cargo
  • Kathleen Garnett, AZ Warehouse


  • Brittany Carruthers, ACI - Air Cargo, Inc.
  • Sherry Kane, Alliance Airlines


  • Stephanie Nakajima, Nippon Express
  • Kristen Worley, FedEx Trade Networks
  • Warren Jones, Chapman Freeborn


  • Cody Wisner, FedEx Trade Networks
  • Brittany Carruthers, Alliance Airlines


  • Wayne Taylor, Jr., Delta Airlines


Habitat for Humanity

habitat-logo1The AACA celebrated their 30th year anniversary by building a house with Habitat for Humanity. $40,000 was totally funded and built by AACA members and helpers. The project started in July 1999, and continued every Saturday through the hot summer months until completion in October. The house was built in coordination with the Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity.