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Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools
A community group that supports the Grady High School public schools cluster.

Neighborhood Groups
John Howell Park
A neighborhood park in Virginia-Highland.

Service Organizations
East Lake YMCA
A new full-service, family-centered facility serving East Atlanta in DeKalb County.

Other Non-Profit Organizations
Ten Thousand Villages
A non-profit shop in Virginia-Highland marketing third-world arts and crafts.

Page Last Updated: 3.26.2006
Community Service Links

The American Red Cross (Metro Atlanta Chapter) is located in the heart of Midtown (on Monroe at I-85). The Red Cross is always there, all over the world, when people need help. Please help them. Donate your blood, your time, or your money.

The Chauncey H. Robinson Youth Foundation funds and furthers the development of present programs that serve Atlanta's inner city youth in the the areas of health, education, and the arts.

The Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta is an Atlanta-based non-profit organization that distributes essential furnishings to people in need. The Furniture Bank offers a free pic-up service for used but usable furniture and household items.

Hands On Atlanta is Atlanta's one-stop-shop for volunteering. If you want to make a difference in the community, check out the opportunities available with over 400 different local organizations.

Kate's Club is aİnon-profit organization thatİempowers children and teens facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. By creating friendships with kids and young adults that share the experience, Kate's Club guidesİchildren through their grief journey in a comfortable, safe, and uplifting setting.

The Marcus Institute works with about 4,000 children each year with developmental disabilities ranging from autism and fetal alcohol syndrome to milder problems like learning disabilities and other neurological disorders. The Marcus Institute's programs are designed to give children and their caregivers support, opportunity, encouragement, pride, commitment, and determination.

P.A.L.S. (Pets Are Loving Support) is an Atlanta-based organization that provides pet-care including: free food and basic veterinary care, and support to the companion pets of critically ill and disabled Atlantans.

The mission of Project Open Hand/Atlanta is to provide freshly cooked mealsİand nutrition services to people with symptomatic HIV/AIDS, homebound seniors, and individuals with other critical illnesses or disabilities. We serve 3000 meals daily and are proud to say that in 16 years we have never missed a scheduled day of delivery.

The QUEST is a diverse community-driven initiative to celebrate and support music education in Atlanta's public schools. Organization initiatives include public school music teacher grants and an instrument recycling program for children who want to play in school bands and orchestras.

The United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta maintains the 211 Database. Its metro Atlanta's most comprehensive resource of programs and services available. Whether you need help or want to help.

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