Radio One 30th Anniversary

Atlanta may be a hotbed of hip hop now but let’s not forget who laid the foundation for the scene that exists today. Big Boi, OutKast and his Dungeon Family put ATL hip hop on the map in the early ’90s and Big is still going hard, having just dropped his second solo album, Vicious […]

Leadership SOAR was designed for elementary and middle school youth who want to learn and apply leadership principles. The program curriculum consists of Character and Ethics, Parliamentary Procedures, Leadership SKILLS Development, and Community Service Projects.

GCSS provides community based services and supports to people with disabilities in metro Atlanta and surrounding counties. GCSS has built a reputation for innovative, effective and successful programming and a willingness to assist in even the most challenging support situations.

In a country where families are facing complex medical needs and decisions, and over 50 million people do not have health insurance, Family Health Enterprise provides comprehensive and compassionate health care to people of all ages regardless of insurance status.

The mission of Community Council of Metropolitan Atlanta (CCMA) is to advocate, formulate, mandate and coordinate resources that empower and improve the quality of life for individuals and communities. The CCMA supports, promotes and sponsors services that improve the quality of life for others.

Linking young minds with a network of people that care about their future and where they’re headed, Atlanta Speaks utilizes public speakers that use innovative and creative ways to reach young minds through select forums. We feature content specialists that have a unique interest in reaching the most valuable demographic, our young people.

Reyarpdrol Foundation’s mission is to help stop Childhood Obesity, Aids/HIV, Breast Cancer, Domestic Violence, Child/Drug Abuse, Teen Pregnancy and Diabetes also help with Disaster Victims, Homeless, Deaf/Hearing Impaired, Veterans, Handicap/Disable, Offenders/Ex-offenders, Elderly Individuals.

Positive American Youth (P.A.Y.) was established in 1997 that focuses on helping youth through entertainment, sports, educational, motivational, and fund raising events. Taking a step up from solely being a positive influence requires that we sway our youth through experience. Positive American Youth uses the strengths and collective experiences of our staff and mentors to educate and enlighten the targeted audience.

SafeHouse Outreach is an urban outreach committed to affecting real change in the lives of those in the margins of society, by providing a hand up, not just a hand out. SafeHouse Outreach provides practical, emotional, and physical assistance to those living in the margins, and helps integrate them back into society – to lead healthy, functional lives.

Since It’s Cool To Be Smart/ Saving Our Daughters series was created based on the film Daddy’s Little Girls, the Saving Our Daughters series targets teen girls from ages 9-18 years of age, from single parent households that have an interest in music, television and film. The teens that benefit the most from the series have included Boys & Girls Club, selected high school teen girls, and teen girls that have had problems in the juvenile system.

The C.H.A.I.N. Fund, Inc. is Financial Assistance and a Social Intervention Network for Cancer Patients. Originally established in the heart of New Haven, CT we’ve aided the less fortunate for 8 years now. Many of those we helped were able to get back on their feet and start their lives a new.

PADV’s mission is to end the crime of intimate partner violence and empower its survivors. We operate the only state-certified domestic violence safe houses in Fulton and Gwinnett Counties and offer outreach to survivors in the community. PADV began as an all-volunteer agency in 1975 and incorporated in 1977. Today, the agency has more than 40 full- and part-time staff with an administrative office and two 24-hour emergency shelters in Fulton and Gwinnett counties.