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Mirrors: Bringing Compassion to Life

Mirrors: Bringing Compassion to Life

This October, Compassionate Atlanta is hosting our fall fundraiser Mirrors: Bringing Compassion to Life, a night of sharing powerful stories that illuminate the way compassion can change our lives.

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Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mirrors-bringing-compassion-to-life-tickets-48817801358

Initiatives:

  • Children & Youth
  • Community Conversations
  • Engaging Partners
  • Living Compassionately in a Diverse World
  • Mindfulness

There will be a chance to win raffle tickets for upcoming shows around the Atlanta area.

Theatres:
7 Stages
Dad’s Garage Theatre Company
Whole World Improv Theatre
Serenbe Playhouse
Aurora Theatre
Actor’s Express
Alliance Theatre
Marietta Theatre Company
The Woodruff Arts Center
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
High Museum of Art, Atlanta

Sponsors and Hosts:
Chicory Wealth
Theatrical Outfit
Phoenix & Dragon Bookstore
Durga Consulting
Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta
MOON Organics Inc (Made Out Of Nature)
Atlanta Center for Wellness
Sojourn: Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender and Sexual Diversity
Intown Dental Center
Compassion House for Living & Dying

We know that this event can only take place with the support of our community. Get your tickets today to reserve your seat!

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