Nonprofit organizations -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection contains material about the founding and early operations of the Atlanta Arts Alliance. Material includes meeting minutes, correspondence between members of the Alliance, press releases about the Atlanta Memorial Cultural Center, financial records, and issues of the magazine Atlanta Arts and other articles. Topics include fundraising efforts, financial planning (particularly raising money for the Memorial Arts Center), and community outreach. Of...
Dates: 1961-1986, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains minutes of the Atlanta Union Mission Executive and Board committees led by Director Dr. William Huckand and President James Jackson. The minutes document decisions regarding community outreach and fundraising events; upkeep of the properties; changes to and the salaries of members of the board; financial changes; and operational resources.
Scope and Content This collection contains documents from the Atlanta Women’s Poetry Workshop (AWPW) as well as articles and poetry written by Janet Rechtman and other Atlantans. Materials include feminist newsletters, AWPW correspondence regarding grant applications and non-profit tax laws, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax exemption documents, AWPW member ephemera, a poetry booklet from the Atlanta Jewish Community Center, and a poetry reading poster advertisement from the Atlanta neighborhood Little Five...
Dates: 1976-1980, undated
Scope and Content During her term as director of the Poverty Rights Office, Muriel Lokey retained documents relating to the P.R.O., Emmaus House, and the activism efforts of Peoplestown residents. Records from the P.R.O. include copies of the Poor People's Newspaper (1970-1993), a monthly publication that contained information for poor people in Atlanta in the areas of housing, social security, welfare, school lunches, health care, the police and the law, politics, and activism....
Dates: 1970-1993, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains the Articles of Incorporation and certificate, meeting minutes, notices for special events and meetings, memos, and newsletters. Also included in the collection is a new Atlanta resident welcome kit from the First National Bank of Atlanta and records of the Rainbow Road Race.
Dates: 1960 -1991, undated
Scope and Content The records of the Women's Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta have been divided into two series; series have been designated for Women's Chamber of Commerce and the Atlanta Dogwood Festival. The first series includes the charter, by-laws, and policies and procedures of the Women's Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta, as well as correspondence, newsletters, meeting literature, news clippings, photographs, and financial data. The records of the Atlanta Dogwood Festival include correspondence, programs,...