Zip code should not be destiny

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Every child deserves a community where they, and their family, can thrive. Yet in our region, the most supported neighborhoods, schools and job opportunities lie concentrated in the northern and eastern corners of ATL while substandard housing, failing schools, crime and poverty often are overly concentrated in the south. As …

Inspired philanthropy: Diane Martinez

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For Diane Martinez, her ATL is one that gives a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves. Her philanthropy focuses on nonprofits that support animal welfare or assist children. She began thinking differently about philanthropy when she lived overseas and witnessed extreme poverty, including seeing children in deplorable conditions, …

Nonprofits helping immigrant families

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Last year, we published a blog entry about organizations helping children and their families at our southern border. Many of our donors continue to ask how they can support humanitarian aid and legal services, so we have updated our list. A number of nonprofit organizations, including several local ones, are …