Giving doesn’t always mean money. It could be time, heavy lifting, cool ideas, and support through friendship to name a few. Find an organization you like, and help us support those who support Atlanta communities.
The Atlanta Preservation Center was founded in 1979 to promote the preservation of Atlanta’s architecturally, historically and culturally significant buildings, neighborhoods and landscapes through education and advocacy.
Bearings Bike Shop is a youth development organization where kids in Atlanta can earn and maintain a bicycle while developing the skills and character essential to success in adulthood.
BBBS transforms the lives of children through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships with caring, well-trained volunteers.
Founded in 1973 as a grassroots artists’ cooperative, Atlanta Contemporary has since become one of the Southeast’s leading contemporary art centers, playing a vital role in Atlanta’s cultural landscape, and featuring consequential artists from the local, national, and international art scenes.
CGT is a nonprofit podcast that tells inspiring stories about people who do amazing things for others.
FROM the Roots works with young visionary social entrepreneurs to accelerate their growth into influential community leaders by providing mentorship, education, and financial resources.
Living Walls creates intentional, thought-provoking public art to inspire social change and activate public spaces.
MODA’s mission is to advance the understanding and appreciation of design as the convergence of creativity and functionality through exhibitions, education, and programming for visitors of all ages.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation, a privately funded nonprofit organization, works to save America’s historic places.
The Old Fourth Ward Business Association — which includes the fast-growing Sweet Auburn district — helps promote and nurture a diverse and dynamic business community by building strong relationships, affecting policy, hosting events, and more.
Founded in 1867, the Southern Education Foundation’s mission is to advance equity and excellence in education for all students in the South, particularly low-income students and students of color.
The Squirrel Census — a community, science, and storytelling project — counts squirrels and presents its findings to the public in inventive and engaging ways.
Sweet Auburn Works is a community-based economic development organization that leads and supports preservation and revitalization efforts within Atlanta’s Historic Auburn District.
We Love BuHi strengthens the unique multicultural fabric of Atlanta’s famed Buford Highway Corridor and envisions an engaged and empowered multicultural Buford Highway community.
By preserving the legacy of Joel Chandler Harris and the heritage of African-American folklore through storytelling, tours and student publishing, the Wren’s Nest serves as an educational resource for the community, the greater Atlanta area, and visitors from around the globe.