Preferred Organization Partners
The Abrams Family Foundation is dedicated to uplifting and advancing the needs of America’s future leaders. The foundation invests in ensuring rising leaders from all communities have the opportunity to develop and sustain their impact through education, leadership, and travel experiences.
Abrams Family Foundation
OUR MISSION is to promote, create and preserve mixed income communities through direct development, lending, policy research and advocacy that result in the equitable distribution of affordable housing throughout the metropolitan Atlanta region.
Atlanta Neighborhood Development
Our mission is to inspire young ladies to walk in their true confidence, boldness and POWER!
Through life changing enrichment sessions young ladies are inspired to love themselves, value their relationship with God and utilize their talents and abilities.
Beauty in Me
Harvard Diversity Council Debate Project
Harvard Debate Council Diversity Project (HDCDP) is an Atlanta-based pipeline program that provides Black youth access to accelerated academic training. We promote educational equity by closing the opportunity gap for under-resourced youth through exposure and access to high quality academic enrichment, making them more competitive in the college admissions process and beyond.
Johnson's Learning Center mission is to educate each student to succeed through higher learning with a program designed to promote and further enhance our students learning ability.
Boys & Girls
The Next Generation Men & Women program targets underserved, “quiet middle” high school students in Metro Atlanta who are consistently overlooked for enrichment and/or extracurricular activities but possess tremendous potential for academic and professional success.
Teach For America is a nonprofit organization whose stated mission is to "enlist, develop, and mobilize as many as possible of our nation's most promising future leaders to grow and strengthen the movement for educational equity and excellence.
Teach for America
The mission of The Twenty Pearls Foundation is to provide resources for Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc, Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter to support the educational, leadership, and philanthropic activities for residents residing in the East Point/College Park communities