Help Supply the Sunshine Project!
Students require more than just books to succeed in school, and this innovative resource will help teens in need build confidence both in and out of the classroom. We seek to create an anonymous, in-house “pop up shop” that provides students in need with basic resources such as hygiene products, soap, laundry detergent, etc.
To eliminate stigma or judgment, students are able to discreetly approach a school administrator to privately take what they need from the shelves, where all items are specifically for teenagers.
Learn more about the efforts behind the Save Ormewood Forest campaign, "an effort to preserve a pristine forest in East Atlanta."
In an effort to breathe new life into EACA’s former Adopt-a-Street program, the Association is proud to welcome our new partner, the Keep Atlanta Beautiful Commission (KABC) who will assist in managing this program moving forward.
Just because the pre-sales tickets are gone doesn't mean you can't still get in! This event is 1. awesome 2. run by volunteers and 3. funds non-profit work in the East Atlanta community.
Make earth day a day to remember and the triangle a prettier place for all.
One day a year for Earth Day, volunteers pick up old tires and take them to ChaRM, located at 1110 Hill St. in Grant Park. This is free and is made possible by our Councilperson Natalyn Archibong and East Atlanta volunteers.
Students require more than just books to succeed in school. We seek to create an anonymous, in-house “pop up shop” that provides students in need with basic resources.
There are a few ways you can support the garden, including manage a plot, work in the garden, donate seeds/native plants/fruit trees, and/or donate gently used garden hand tools!
It's always a great time to deliver a meal to our local firefighters, and it has been a little while since they have had a visit!