39 Days of IDEAS | Day 11: Bringing Teens to the Table

“We realized that, if we want to end child sex trafficking, we had to stop talking about kids and start talking to them,” says youthSpark...

“We realized that, if we want to end child sex trafficking, we had to stop talking about kids and start talking to them,” says youthSpark Program Coordinator Allison Hood.

39 Days of IDEAS | Day 10: Inspiring next-gen nature lovers

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Modeled after their adult TreeKeepers program, Junior TreeKeepers debuted this summer with a two-week curriculum focusing on having fun while learning in the Atlanta BeltLine’s...

After two years of growth in their youth education program, Trees Atlanta decided it was time to pilot a summer camp for their growing cadre of young nature enthusiasts. Modeled after their adult TreeKeepers program (now in its eighth year), Junior TreeKeepers debuted this summer with a two-week curriculum focusing on having fun while learning in the Atlanta BeltLine’s Arboretum—the world’s longest arboretum, installed by Trees Atlanta.

39 Days of IDEAS | Day 9: Celebrating corporate volunteerism

The Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta’s annual IMPACT Awards—happening this Wednesday at the College Football Hall of Fame—is a high-profile recognition of Atlanta companies that...

A great idea now in its 17th year, the Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta’s annual IMPACT Awards is a high-profile recognition of Atlanta companies that support the community through employee volunteer programs and other civic engagements.

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