WABE offers crash course on state government

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WABE hosted an educational community conversation on Tuesday, January 16 at The Gathering Spot that focused on the state legislature and policymaking. The after-hours session was titled “State Government Matters Too: A Crash Course on the Georgia Legislature” and featured an informative conversation between WABE’s state legislature reporters, Johnny Kauffman …

Soul of Philanthropy Event – CANCELED

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We regret that the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta’s special event celebrating African American philanthropy in Atlanta on Thursday, January 18 has been canceled. Unfortunately, due to ongoing extremely cold temperatures and potentially hazardous travel conditions, the Auburn Avenue Research Library will remain closed Thursday. We are disappointed that we …

Leaders learning from leaders: the best advice I ever received

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By Elyse Hammett, vice president of marketing & communications, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta In 2017 I had the pleasure of serving as President of the Georgia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Service drives thought about what leadership really means, especially for a nonprofit association that relies on volunteers. To …

What do freezing temperatures mean for those on the streets?

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It’s cold outside – really cold for our city. And the nights are even colder. For people experiencing homelessness, these nights are dangerous. When temperatures drop, a place to stay and warm gear, such as blankets, coats, gloves and hats, are needed more than ever. Below is a list of …