Partners in Support of
Holistic community revitalization is a monumental undertaking that requires a great deal of coordination and cooperation. We are honored to have the support of these amazing partners, without whom the exciting future for Grove Park would not be possible.
The Non-Profit Banking Group at Atlantic Capital Bank specializes in serving the unique financial needs of local, regional, and national organizations.
Atlanta Habitat for Humanity transforms communities by acting as a catalyst for neighborhood revitalization through education, innovative development, partnerships, and long term relationships with families.
Atlanta Public Schools is a school district based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It is run by the Atlanta Board of Education with superintendent Dr. Meria J. Carstarphen.
Our mission is to create safe and stable homes and families by inspiring attorneys to fight for equal justice.
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve the historic estate and offer fine arts and outreach to the community.
Everyone’s job at Chick-fil-A is to serve. No matter our title or job description, our reason for coming to work is to generously share our time and talents. Whether it’s treating customers like friends, or serving our communities like neighbors, we believe kindness is a higher calling.
UHI provides health disparities education and advocacy, builds collaborative partnerships and develops best practice models with underserved communities and those who work with them in Metropolitan Atlanta in order to advance equity in health and well-being.
The Fox Theatre Institute (FTI) is a dynamic outreach program offering historic preservation and operations expertise, consultation and education to performing arts venues in Georgia and the region. Created by Atlanta’s fabulous Fox Theatre – an iconic attraction widely applauded for being a catalyst for positive change in the community – FTI pays it forward, helping other cultural institutions renew, reinvigorate and restore artistic vitality in their respective communities.
Fulton County Arts & Culture (FCAC) is a cultural leader in Fulton County and one of the largest funders of the arts in the State of Georgia. The FCAC assists the Fulton County Commission in the development of public policy on public support for the arts industry, makes recommendations to Fulton County Commissioners on funding the arts and oversees the development and implementation of publicly assisted programs that address the diverse cultural needs of Fulton County’s citizenry.
Funding for our Oral History project is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.
At Georgia Power, not only are we committed to providing our customers with reliable and affordable service, we are equally dedicated to being good stewards in our community.
GA Tech Serve-Learn-Sustain provides students with a multitude of learning and co-curricular opportunities designed to help them combine their academic and career interests with their desire to improve the human condition. The result? Georgia Tech students will help build healthier, more sustainable communities where people and nature thrive, in Georgia, the United States, and around the globe. And more Georgia Tech grads will pursue careers and lives filled with meaning.
Established in 1997, Global Dialogues combines the creative genius of young people and the power of social change media to cultivate empathy, compassion and unity in diversity. We amplify youth voice in an innovative, intercreative programme of social mobilisation and global activism.
Grove Park Atlanta Neighborhood Association is a community organization created to connect the community to local meetings and/or other events.
Grove Park Renewal is a community-minded housing partner that is investing in vacant and blighted Grove Park properties with the goal of repurposing them in ways that benefit the Grove Park neighborhood, particularly current residents.
KIPP public charter schools are a non-profit network of college-preparatory schools educating early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school students.
MINT engages emerging artists, patrons, and creative professionals by providing studion and exhibition space, curatorial opportunities, workshops and classes, conferences and other resources. MINT believes that through these programs we foster a generous spirit, strengthen the regional economy, and enrich the creative community.
Purpose Built Communities works to help struggling communities implement a proven model to end poverty, substandard education, unemployment, health disparities and other challenges threatening urban America. By partnering with local lead organizations that serve as the community quarterback, Purpose Built seeks to create vibrant and holistic communities.
Empowering Atlanta’s youth through soccer training, character development and employability programs.
Founded in 1985, Trees Atlanta works tirelessly to address Atlanta’s tree loss, protect its forests, and create new green space.
The mission of Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company is to celebrate the rich tradition of Black storytelling while giving voice to bold artists of all cultures.
As the preeminent, multidisciplinary real estate forum, The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a nonprofit education and research group supported by its diverse, expert membership base. Our mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
The YMCA of Metro Atlanta is an association of volunteers, members and staff, open to and serving all, with programs and services which build spirit, mind, and body.