Connect with Atlanta Non-Profits

UNICEF, Humane Society, Second Helpings, Theatrical Outfit…. What comes to mind when you think of organizations like these? Most likely, you think of a group making a difference in your community.

This June 1st, you are invited to join the 2017 Class of Emerging Leaders of Dekalb for an evening designed for those interested in Atlanta’s non-profit community. Come learn about the impact of learning non-profit organizations in our community and how you can get involved.

The event will take place on the second floor of the Miller Ward Alumni House. Parking is free adjacent to the building. Light refreshments will be served.

This event is made possible by the generous donations from Emory University, Jackson Spalding, Anne Lerner of City of Tucker, Art, Beats + Lyrics//ABLRADIO and Leadership DeKalb.

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