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PIE is a Nonprofit Organization Partnering with Healthcare and Community Leaders to Advance Equity and Social Justice. MISSION To promote policies and support programs that strengthen the work of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with a focus on supporting nonprofits and new minority-owned businesses. VISION Our vision is to partner with other stakeholders for eradicating structural inequalities in the 21st Century. We are passionate about true change that will benefit consumers directly; and partner with others to execute this very difficult; yet essential work. PARTNERS We strive to cultivate meaningful partnerships and demonstrate actions to become an effective and conscious ally to create lasting change;
Our vision We envision a day when all child victims of abuse and neglect can grow up in safe and nurturing homes where they can reach their full potential. Our mission Dallas CASA advocates in the community and the courtroom for children in the protective care of the state so they can grow up in safe, permanent homes where they can thrive. CASA was founded in 1977, when a Seattle superior court judge, amidst an overwhelmed child welfare system, grew concerned about making decisions on behalf of abused and neglected children in his court without enough information. He felt that more individualized attention and time for gathering important facts would produce better outcomes for the children. He decided to appoint community volunteers to work on behalf of the children in his court. Dallas CASA was one of three pilot programs established in 1979. The agency, then called FOCAS (Foster Child Advocate Services), was founded by the National Council of Jewish Women with funding from the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation. Our first class of volunteers graduated in 1980. Judges appoint Dallas CASA volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children, helping these children gain safe, permanent homes as […]
The George Floyd Memorial Center will be a multicultural center located in Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina. The Center will house the Museum of Urbanistic Art, featuring permanent and temporary art displays. Art showings, art auctions, and youth art classes will highlight many of the features of this part of the Center. Other programs that will originate in within the wall of the center includes: Youth Leadership Academy Wellness Center Music Academy eLearning Center The George Floyd Memorial Center will also serve as a Community Center. The planned construction will include multidimensional event spaces, classrooms, meeting/conference rooms, and a full-service food prep and serving area. Located in the heart of North Carolina, The George Floyd Memorial Center will serve as the Flagship for Change by honoring George and showing the way towards peace and unity in the land of the free and the home of the brave.
The Safe America Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit chartered in 1994, with headquarters in suburban Atlanta. The foundation partners with corporate, government, public and private sector organizations, and other nonprofits to save lives by emphasizing safety education and emergency preparedness. Our mission is to be the voice of safety, helping to keep people safe.
GIVE THE GIFT OF HOPE TO A DESERVING YOUTH MENTORING + EDUCATION + ENRICHMENT + EMPOWERMENT = OUR SOLUTION MISSION: The mission of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. is to improve the quality of life by supporting and enhancing educational and economic opportunities particularly for African-American youth in the Atlanta community. We’re on a Mission “Founded In 1986, The 100 Black Men Of Atlanta Is One Of The City’s Strongest African American Volunteer Organizations Focused On Education, Enrichment And Empowerment Through Mentorship And Community Service. It’s Long-Term Goal Is To Create An Educated Workforce Of Well-Rounded Individuals Who Understand The Importance Of Giving Back To The Community.”
The Urban League of Greater Atlanta has been all about economic empowerment since we opened our doors more than 99 years ago. Our Mission We are a dedicated person-to-person organization invested in the economic success of African-Americans; coaching them to a better life. What Makes Us Different We make person-to-person connections. We do the work few are willing to do. We coach African Americans to a better life. We’re invested in the community’s economic success.