Awareness of Well-being especially important during National Minority Health Month

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During a meeting at the Tuskegee Negro Conference in 1914, Booker T. Washington provided a statistical report on the steeping mortality rates of African Americans and expressed his growing concern with the poor health conditions many of them faced. Washington recognized the connection between pitiable living conditions and poor health …

“State of Education in Metro Atlanta” report highlights cradle-to-career continuum for student success

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Learn4Life’s collaborative impact approach leverages the region’s resources to scale proven solutions for third-grade literacy ATLANTA – April 24, 2018 – Today, Learn4Life (L4L) released its second annual “State of Education in Metro Atlanta” report. This year’s report highlights the cradle-to-career approach driving this collaborative effort to improve outcomes for …

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Book Club: Type R

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By Clare Richie, public policy specialist At different points in our personal and professional lives, we can all face unforeseen challenges. A diagnosis, a downturn or a new threat. But one person’s doom-and-gloom is another person’s cue to rise. In the book Type R, mother-daughter authors and work-life experts Stephanie …

Earth Day

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Earth Day is Sunday, April 22! Earth is our home and it’s important to protect and take care of it for future generations. The Community Foundation is dedicated to being environmentally conscious and educating staff on how to keep it up. Here are some ways the Foundation has gone green: …