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Coalition MEMBERS

GBUF is a community fund supported by the citizens of the community and others who believe in our vision, that brings resources to bear on those factors which limit the positive alternatives available in the community. Our vision is to nurture and promote those positive life elements, often missing from under served communities, that provide every citizen with the opportunity to choose a better life. Most often this effort requires curing or remediation, but the vision can only be fully realized through prevention. Therefore, we are attempting to provide resources to address issues and support organizations that address the missing or inadequate life elements in under served communities. You can assist our efforts to make a difference in our community by becoming a volunteer, by your individual monetary contributions or by requesting us as a charitable payroll deduction option with your employer. Our Coalition is comprised of various organizations throughout the Georgia area. To learn more about any individual organization please select that organization's name from the list.

 

100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc.

Provides support and works to improve the quality of life for youth through academic and cultural enrichment, tutoring, mentoring and scholarship initiatives.

 

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Metro. Atl Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.

Empowers African American women, through leadership, in seeking solutions to issues concerning the community; offers programs and services to enhance self-sufficiency for women and youth.

 

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  • Telephone: 404.880.7235
  • Web site: N/A

4 Girls Foundation, Inc.

To establish transitional homes in the greater metro Atlanta area to assist adolescents ages 14 to 18 in improving their independent living skills, education retention and overall healthy development

 

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  • Telephone: 404.243.5591
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A Rare View

Program activities include mentoring, peer tutoring multimedia training, career and entrepreneurial exploration, conflict resolution, self-esteem building, parental workshops, and motivational rallies.

 

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  • Telephone: 770-964-0437
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African American Golf

Introduces children to golf who have been excluded due to race or economics by combining golf with life enrichment activities.

 

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  • Telephone: 770-964-0437
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Apex Museum

Presenting the complete and accurate picture of the history of African Americans and the contributions they have made to American as well as World History.

 

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Arms of Care International

A group of medical professionals providing free medical services to the poor, homeless, young, and working poor throughout the state of Georgia.

 

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Boys 2 Men Home and Sanctuary for Youth

Programs that provides life skills to young males ages 13 to 25 including crime prevention, anger management, work force development and alcohol/drug education.

 

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Chance for a Higher Level Outreach Program

Provides an After School Program, Emergency Assistance, Summer Youth Enrichment and a Let's Be Drug Free Friends Club.

 

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  • Telephone: 404.881.4557 or 404.881.0216
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Committed to Children Incorporated

To provide tutoring/mentoring to the community and especially to low and moderate income families.

 

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  • Telephone: 678.715.6110
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Community Aid & Development Corporation

The Malcolm X Center offers the New Afrikan Scouts Youth program, martial arts, family life programs, drug counseling education, career and college planning seminars and African cultural events.

 

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  • Telephone: 770.987.9390
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Community Council of Metropolitan Atlanta

To develop, coordinate, convene, and utilize programs and resources that empower and improve the quality of life for individuals and communities in the metropolitan area.

 

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Computers for Youth Foundation, Inc.

CFY leverages technology to enable students to take charge of their learning; teachers to make learning more engaging within the classroom and to extend learning beyond the classroom and into the home; parents to become more powerful learning partners with their children and to enhance their home learning environment.

 

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  • Telephone: 404-367-9990
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Covenant House Georgia, Inc.

Serving suffering children of the street with unconditional love and respect by providing a crisis care, outreach, public education and job-training program services to youths in the Atlanta metropolitan area.

 

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  • Telephone: 404.589.0163
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Exodus 3:21, Inc.

Provides outreach support in the areas of transitional housing, personal care homes, substance abuse, adult day care and a community arts rehabilitation program.

 

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  • Telephone: 404-333-3303
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Family Outreach Ministries International, Inc.

To provide life and hope through empowering local leaders to serve their community by enabling them to provide food, health, education housing and business opportunities.

 

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  • Telephone: 770.402.5161
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Figgtree Youth Recording Academy

A Georgia based institution providing audio engineering, digital editing and multimedia classes to the youth of the Greater Atlanta area.

 

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  • Telephone: 678.895.3449
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Georgia Citizens' Coalition on Hunger

Addresses the problems of hunger, homelessness and poverty by way of the Hunger Hotline, The Farmer's Market and Thrift Shop, The Organic Garden and The Economic Human Rights Campaign.

 

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  • Telephone: 404.622.7778
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Hammonds House Galleries and Resource Center

Atlanta's only African American fine art museum that preserves, documents, interprets and exhibits the visual artistic contributions of people of African descent.

 

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Helping Our Veterans

HOV provides I & R services to assist chronically homeless veterans apply for and receive benefits, both mental and physical, supportive services and housing.

 

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It's All About Education

Provides academic tutorial and enrichment in all subjects, life and social skills. The organization provides computer classes for the entire family at no cost.

 

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  • Telephone: 770.593.4604 or 770.484.9030
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Marrow for Life

Educates and increases awareness about marrow donation, provides walk in and on-site testing, conducts marrow drives, supports marrow donor patients/families.

 

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  • Telephone: 404.521.3823
  • Web site: N/A

Martin Luther King Center

The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization founded in 1968 by Coretta Scott King.

 

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  • Telephone: (404) 526-8900
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The National Black Arts Festival

An institution committed to producing and presenting new and existing creative works of art, by artists of African descent, that enrich and celebrate African culture from around the world.

 

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Nat. Center for Civil & Human Rights

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights provides tickets to young people so that they can attend this multimedia facility that offers graphic presentations of the struggle for human and civil rights.

 

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Project South

Develops research material and curricula; conducts political and economic educational workshops for use by community-based organizations for positive social change.

 

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Restoration Community Resources, Inc.

Restores men, women and juvenile ex-offenders to a life of self-sufficiency by providing structured support services for inmates, their families and the community.

 

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  • Telephone: 770.305.0000
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Ropheka Rock of the World, Inc.

Provides HIV/AIDS counseling, substance abuse treatment, residential housing and spiritual enrichment for men and women in prison and emergency food assistance for families.

 

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  • Telephone: 404.221-1444
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Sadie G. Mays Association for Convalescent Aged

Sadie G. Mays Elder care facility provides a full range of service to the needs of aged occupants.

 

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Safehouse Outreach, Inc.

We affect real change in the lives of the homeless and those in the margins of society by providing a hand, not just a hand out.

 

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Sisterlove, Inc.

Provides HIV/AIDS prevention education, as well as transitional housing and support social services to HIV positive women and their children.

 

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Spectrum Technical Institute

A non-profit training and development organization whose primary focus is to positively impact the lives of "at-risk" youth and young adults.

 

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  • Telephone: 404.209.0571
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Tennis in the Hood

An organization that brings quality tennis and educational support programs to underprivileged children in the South Fulton area, at little or no cost to the children and their families.

 

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Women In Golf Foundation

Promote golf to females. Create and implement golf programs that enable individuals to learn life skills and play the game, both competitively and for recreational purposes.

 

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  • Telephone: 770.335.2364
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