Read how the Marcus Jewish Community Center’s Club J helps make a difference with their after-school community service projects.

Thank you Tad, Drex and Kara from the Tad and Drex morning show on B98.5FM for letting us be a part of your Great Big Give Back.

Jewish Atlanta Answers Harvey’s Challenge

Community members and groups join efforts to help those affected by the hurricane in Texas and Louisiana…Read more at the Atlanta Jewish Times

Meet Jewish Atlanta’s 40 Under 40

Jewish Atlanta has no shortage of young, successful and engaged people, so when it came time to choose this year’s 40 Under 40 — our first such list since 2014 — we had a difficult time limiting ourselves to that number out of upward of 80 nominees…. Read more at the Atlanta Jewish Times

Meet Sally Mundell of The Packaged Good in Dunwoody

The Packaged Good, is a 501c3 non-profit organization that was founded in early 2016 by Sally. Sally’s husband passed away unexpectedly in March, 2013 after a six-week battle against Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) leaving her to raise their two young daughters on her own. During his illness, they had many discussions about what values he wanted her to instill in their children and how she should honor his memory if he died. Her husband’s death left her with a strong desire to focus on what is important in life and making a positive difference in the world. Hence, The Packaged Good was formed….. Read more at

Sally Mundell finds healing in The Packaged Good

Sally Mundell is the founder of The Packaged Good, a non-profit focused on cultivating volunteerism in children. Located in the suburbs of Atlanta, the Packaged Good offers families the space and programming to assemble care packages for various non-profit community partners. The packages include anything from toiletries to school supplies, as well as personal notes of encouragement and care. The Packaged Good opened its doors in July 2016 and has produced over 16,000 care packages during its first year of operation. It also became a great source of healing for Sally and her kids after a tragic loss…. Read more at

The Importance Of Giving

Ever since she could choose what toy to play with, Elle’s chosen dolls. Blocks keep her attention for a few minutes. Books, maybe longer. But dolls, dolls are the thing that make my baby girl the happiest. It’s amazing to watch her nurture and love her “soft toys” at such a young age. When I learned about The Doll Kind I was especially excited since it’s a brand that takes on the TOMS pay-it-forward model, in this case giving a doll to a child in need for every doll purchased… Read more at

Farmers’ Gratitude Grille & Atlanta Kids event

In order for a community to truly thrive, there needs to be a spirit of compassion among its members. Raising children with an understanding of how to use this compassion to help others in need is a lofty goal. Thankfully, there are a number of charities in the Atlanta area that are teaching kids how to do just that and the Cabot Farmers’ Gratitude Grille was on hand last week to thank them for their hard work! Read more at

11 Alive News: “Dunwoody sisters organize festival to give back

Noa, Ella and Mia Lazarian of Dunwoody are organizing two “Festivals of Goodness” to benefit  The Packaged Good , an Atlanta nonprofit empowering kids to do good.

Noa, Ella and Mia Lazarian of Dunwoody are organizing two “Festivals of Goodness” to benefit The Packaged Good, an Atlanta nonprofit empowering kids to do good.

The first one will run run from April 14 to April 21 a the Spring Mill Village Mall on Memorial Drive in Stone Mountain.

From Monday through Thursday, the festival will be open from 4-10pm. On Friday, the hours are 4pm-11pm, Saturday hours are 1pm-11pm, and Sunday hours are from 2pm-10pm

A second festival will run from April 26 to April 30 in the Gwinnett Prado parking lot.

From Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “Volunteers package good on MLK Day for families in Need”

Community service events were taking place all over Atlanta and the nation to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 16.

Perimeter North Lifestyle Magazine “Packaging Love”

Our collaboration with Kristen Rocco of Love Notery over the holidays to help write heartfelt letters to the troops overseas. Article featured on Page 20.

11Alive News: “Volunteers remember Dr. King through MLK Day of service”

The Packaged Good was featured on 11Alive News on January 16, 2017.

From Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “Give Back Connection for Jan. 14.”

The Packaged Good in Dunwoody is hosting a free, public event for the community to pack 2,000 care packages for homeless and underprivileged families in metro Atlanta.

Atlanta Jewish Times: “Retiree Handles Packaged Good’s Special Deliveries”

“Felix Prinzo was seeking a volunteer activity for his granddaughter back in the spring when he noticed a newspaper article about The Packaged Good…” Read more at Atlanta Jewish Times

Atlanta Jewish Times: “Veterans Day: Letters From Home”

“Almost 100 people spent part of Saturday, Nov. 5, at an event organized by The Packaged Good and Love Notery to write letters and create care packages for U.S. soldiers serving overseas, away from their families.” Read more at Atlanta Jewish Times

The Experience After Emory: Sally Mundell

“The care packages are assembled by children, families and groups at the Packaged Good store, located in Dunwoody, Ga, and then sent out to various non profit community partners, such as Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Rainbow Village Inc.” Read more at The Emory Wheel

Dekalb Neighbor: “New Dunwoody charity inspiring kids of all ages to do good”

“A new Dunwoody-based charity is removing age barriers for volunteering by empowering kids young and old to do good and inspire the next generation of giving.” Read more at Dekalb Neighbor

TPG Featured in the Perimeter Chamber Guide to Dunwoody 2016 Publication

Featured on page 15 of the publication.

Life with Gracie: Wife’s promise to dying husband inspires Gwinnett teen, others to give

“The Packaged Good has created more than 4,000 care packages and is on its way to distribute some 16,000 this year alone to needy individuals and organizations such as Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Rainbow Village, and Mary Hall Freedom House.” Read more at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

From the Northside Neighbor: “Local synagogue joins effort to expand charity services”

“It doesn’t matter how old you are or how young you are,” she said. “You can make a difference in your community.” Read the article here.

From the North Haven Magazine Spotlight, Featuring Sally Mundell and The Packaged Good

From the Atlanta Jewish Times “Emanu-El’s Hands-on Response to Flooding”

“We feel like it’s our responsibility to help people in need,” Sally said. “That’s what we’re all about.” Read the article at

Listen to On the Safe Side with Sally Mundell – 08/23/16 on NewsTalk1160

Sally was recently featured on NewsTalk1160 talking about what inspired her to start The Packaged Good.

Care Packages for Flood Victims on 11Alive

“The Packaged Good, a nonprofit that empowers kids to give back, activated kids and families Saturday and Sunday to pack for flood victims in Louisiana.”

From the Atlanta Jewish Times “Nonprofit Store Packages Lessons in Good”

“Mundell, a veteran of Spanx and a member of Temple Emanu-El, saw that dream realized with the grand opening of the Packaged Good, a not-for-profit store in Dunwoody where children and adults can color tote bags that are filled with toiletries and school supplies for people in need.” Read the article at

Grand Opening Featured on WSB

Our grand opening was featured on WSB over the July 4th weekend. Watch the video here!

From the Dunwoody Crier “A package created for packages of good”

“On July 2, The Packaged Good celebrated its grand opening with the help of Dunwoody Mayor Denis Shortal. It is now officially open as a place where children, parents, corporations, church groups and anyone else interested in “giving back” can come together to create care packages for people in need.” Read the article at

From Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “Teaching Children the Joy of Giving”

The Packaged Good, a nonprofit that provides a fun, inspirational environment where kids and community groups can decorate and personalize care packages for people in need. Read the article at

Featured on “Tell Me Something Good”

The Packaged GOOD was recently featured on 11 alive. Watch the video here!