• Ivan Allen, Jr. – A Different Road

    Ivan Allen, Jr. was an American businessman who served two terms as the 52nd Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia, during the turbulent civil rights era of the 1960s. Allen provided pivotal leadership for transforming the segregated and economically stagnant Old South into the progressive New South.

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  • Episcopal Connection: Mobile Clinics in Haiti by Collaborating Parishes

    Every year in the spring and fall, a team of doctors, nurses, dentists, and other volunteers from Haiti, Georgia, Iowa and Minnesota hold mobile clinics to meet basic healthcare needs in the mountainous region of Haiti near Leogane. The clinics are the result of partnerships between two Episcopal parishes in the USA and two churches in Haiti, where the clinics are held. All fundraising for the clinics is undertaken by the congregations. This is their story.

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  • American Heart Association – Life is Why

    At the American Heart Association’s 2014 Heart Walk in Atlanta, Ga, we asked participants to tell us their #why.

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  • Georgia Appleseed – Changing Direction: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline & Unlocking Heir Property

    Changing Direction: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline highlights efforts by Georgia Appleseed and its volunteers to dismantle the school to prison pipeline through effective school discipline, including Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). The video debuted at the 2014 Good Apple Awards on April 24, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia. Heir property is a huge problem all over the South. It amounts to billions in wasted assets and potential investment for countless families. Only legal support can help. Georgia Appleseed […]

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  • The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta – Emmaus House

    Emmaus House is a center for community life on the corner of Hank Aaron Drive and Haygood Avenue in the Peoplestown neighborhood just south of Turner Field. Founded by the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, Emmaus House offers over 100,000 hours of direct service in programs for youth, adults, seniors and families each year.

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  • All About Developmental Disabilities

    All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD) believes in empowering families living with developmental disabilities to make informed choices and helps them build on their strengths to seek opportunities, resources and services. We provide family support services, public policy and advocacy, and community engagement programs. Waivers are how the state provides funding for people with developmental disabilities who want to live and work in the community. It’s called a ‘waiver’ because the money used to go to putting people in mental institutions. […]

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  • WellStar Hospice

    Clark Robertson designs a garden for WellStar’s new hospice location in Kennesaw.

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  • Emory University – The Wise Heart

    A trailer for The Wise Heart, a film about the history of Emory University, documenting 175 years – from its origins as a small Methodist college to a major global University. Premiered on PBA 30, Atlanta’s PBS station, on Thursday, August 26 2012.

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  • Ivan Allen, Jr. – A Different Road

    Ivan Allen, Jr. – A Different Road

    Ivan Allen, Jr. was an American businessman who served two terms as the 52nd Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia, during the turbulent civil rights era of the 1960s. Allen provided pivotal leadership for transforming the segregated and economically stagnant Old South into the progressive New South.

    Continue reading »

  • Episcopal Connection: Mobile Clinics in Haiti by Collaborating Parishes

    Episcopal Connection: Mobile Clinics in Haiti by Collaborating Parishes

    Every year in the spring and fall, a team of doctors, nurses, dentists, and other volunteers from Haiti, Georgia, Iowa and Minnesota hold mobile clinics to meet basic healthcare needs in the mountainous region of Haiti near Leogane. The clinics are the result of partnerships between two Episcopal parishes in the USA and two churches in Haiti, where the clinics are held. All fundraising for the clinics is undertaken by the congregations. This is their story.

    Continue reading »

  • American Heart Association – Life is Why

    American Heart Association – Life is Why

    At the American Heart Association’s 2014 Heart Walk in Atlanta, Ga, we asked participants to tell us their #why.

    Continue reading »

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  • Georgia Appleseed – Changing Direction: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline & Unlocking Heir Property

    Georgia Appleseed – Changing Direction: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline & Unlocking Heir Property

    Changing Direction: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline highlights efforts by Georgia Appleseed and its volunteers to dismantle the school to prison pipeline through effective school discipline, including Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). The video debuted at the 2014 Good Apple Awards on April 24, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia. Heir property is a huge problem all over the South. It amounts to billions in wasted assets and potential investment for countless families. Only legal support can help. Georgia Appleseed […]

    Continue reading »

  • The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta – Emmaus House

    The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta – Emmaus House

    Emmaus House is a center for community life on the corner of Hank Aaron Drive and Haygood Avenue in the Peoplestown neighborhood just south of Turner Field. Founded by the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, Emmaus House offers over 100,000 hours of direct service in programs for youth, adults, seniors and families each year.

    Continue reading »

  • All About Developmental Disabilities

    All About Developmental Disabilities

    All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD) believes in empowering families living with developmental disabilities to make informed choices and helps them build on their strengths to seek opportunities, resources and services. We provide family support services, public policy and advocacy, and community engagement programs. Waivers are how the state provides funding for people with developmental disabilities who want to live and work in the community. It’s called a ‘waiver’ because the money used to go to putting people in mental institutions. […]

    Continue reading »

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  • WellStar Hospice

    WellStar Hospice

    Clark Robertson designs a garden for WellStar’s new hospice location in Kennesaw.

    Continue reading »

  • Emory University – The Wise Heart

    Emory University – The Wise Heart

    A trailer for The Wise Heart, a film about the history of Emory University, documenting 175 years – from its origins as a small Methodist college to a major global University. Premiered on PBA 30, Atlanta’s PBS station, on Thursday, August 26 2012.

    Continue reading »

 
 

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