EACA's Community Outreach committee's purpose is to help and support each other and our neighbors, whether in times of need or times of success. A well-bonded community is a safe, pleasant, and strong community.
Take an an evening to enjoy a communal meal with friends, neighbors and the EAV market community!
Just launched last week, EAV resident and business owner Chad Elkins created the Atlanta Community Piece Project. We wanted to create an easy and fun way for anyone to help broadly with a single action.
Celebrate the history of East Atlanta as the GSU students share their findings as they prepare the community's application for the National Register of Historic Places.
Did you miss the fresh food you could purchase just down the street at the farmers market, every Thursday of the week? We did! ATL's freshest veggies, fruits, eggs, breads, cheeses and tasty treats, can all be yours at the farmer's market starting again 4/13/2017 from 4-8 pm.
Councilmember Natalyn Archibong will host the 16th annual Focus Upon Senior Services (F. U. S. S.) seminar on Saturday, March 18, 2017. It affords seniors an opportunity to learn more about homestead exemptions, senior discounts and other services offered to senior residents and more.
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.
KIWI VINTAGE will be hosting community sales every Sunday in April from 12 pm-4 pm! Our East Atlanta friends & neighbors will be setting up on our back patio to sell their finest wares. 50% of proceeds raised will go to the East Atlanta Community Association and the new EACA shirts on site for purchase!