Air Transport Services Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATSG) today announced that its 2022 charitable giving surpassed $850,000, more than 65% more than its 2021 total. ATSG has a long history of making charitable donations to the communities in which it operates and where its more than 5,300 employees live. The increase in funding has come from increasing charitable contributions of his ATSG employees, suppliers and customers around the world. Fundraising events throughout the year included golf trips, corporate giving, and fundraisers by employees of all of the company’s subsidiaries to support important charities. Among the organizations benefiting are the United Way, Habitat for Humanity, Dolly Parton`s Imagination Library, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, ATSG Cares, 4H Youth Programming, Lymphoma & Leukemia Society, River Parks Foundation, Wounded Warrior Project, as well as the most recent addition to the company’s charity recipients, Folds of Honor, which provides life-changing scholarships to spouses and children of fallen or disabled U.S. military service members and first responders. “It is always inspiring to watch the outstanding generosity of our people who embody the ATSG culture of working together and supporting others,” said Rich Corrado, president and chief executive officer of ATSG. “In 2022, our employees recognized needs in the communities where we live and work, not only by giving back financially but also by donating their time and energy to causes that are important to them.” ATSG focuses on creating positive change by supporting programs in education, youth development, veterans support, food security, and homelessness. In addition to financial help, employees of ATSG companies volunteer countless hours in service to communities across their network, such as delivering truckloads of critical supplies for flood victims in Kentucky, staffing a children`s winter coat drive and the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots program, collecting personal toiletry items for students in local public schools, and supporting six blood drives throughout the year.