These two justice warriors and good friends of AVLF will steer us toward an ambitious fundraising goal of $1.5 million.
In February, the Stadium Neighborhoods Committee Trust Fund awarded us a grant in the amount of $100,000 for our work in the NPU-V neighborhood.
After nine years at Troutman Sanders, Leadership Council member Katie Balthrop has begun a new position as Senior Counsel at Westrock.
In Response to COVID-19, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta and United Way of Atlanta Award Grant to AVLF
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta and United Way are allocating emergency funds to critical nonprofits on the front lines, including AVLF.
Abusers can install spyware on survivors’ cell phones, allowing them to read their texts, listen in on phone calls, and track their every move. Prepaid cell phones and security cameras can help keep survivors safe, and we asked the Community Foundation to help.
Join us in welcoming our new leaders on the Board of Directors and the Leadership Council (formerly known as the Junior Board).
PwC Forensic Services contributed both financial gifts and staff volunteerism to AVLF in 2017.
The foundation recognized AVLF for the preventative health work our programs accomplish.
Funding from the CFGA Spark Opportunity Giving Circle allows us to deepen our impact, continue to build trust, and sustain our programs in the Thomasville Heights Community.