- The Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Atlanta History Center
- Atlanta PlanIt
- City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs
- Eternal Life—Hemshech
- Free Range Studios
- Georgia Humanities Council
- Georgia Public Broadcasting
- The Home Depot Foundation
- The Home EDucators Resource Directory
- Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
- Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund
- New Georgia Encyclopedia
The Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau
Established in 1913, the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) is a private, non-profit organization created exclusively to market metro Atlanta and Georgia as the premier conventions, meetings and leisure destination in the regional, national and international marketplace, and favorably impact the Atlanta economy through conventions and tourism.
Atlanta History Center
The Atlanta History Center offers historical perspectives for all ages through interactive exhibitions on the Civil War, folk art and the history of the region. Also experience life on an 1860s working plantation at Tullie Smith Farm or take an elegant look into Atlanta’s past at the 1928 Swan House mansion before strolling through 33 acres of beautiful gardens.
Atlanta PlanIt was created by the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts and Culture Coalition (MAACC).
MAACC is the first-ever collaboration among local governments, companies, foundations and arts organizations to support arts and culture in our region. MAACC's mission is "to make the Atlanta region a premier center for the arts and have it recognized as such."
City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs
The City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs (BCA), a division of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, was established in 1974 to encourage and support Atlanta's cultural resources. In order to improve the social fabric and quality of life for Atlanta's citizens and visitors, the Bureau is committed to nurturing excellence and diversity in the city's artistic offerings. Acknowledging that the arts play an essential role in defining the cultural life of the city and contribute substantially to the city's economy, our organization strives to enhance Atlanta's reputation as a cultural destination. The Bureau seeks to support programs that educate and expose the public to a rich and diverse range of cultural expression and aspires to make arts available to everyone.
Organization of Holocaust Survivors, Their Descendants and Those Dedicated to Commemorating the Six Million Jewish Victims of the Nazi Holocaust. For more information, please call (404) 351-5572.
Free Range Studios
We're a team of passionate, wildly creative people who spend our days strategizing, branding and designing so the most important social messages get through loud and clear.
Free Range is known for being the most successful cause-based viral movie makers ever. Sure, we created The Meatrix and Grocery Store Wars. But those projects are just the most public face of our portfolio that includes print, web and strategy materials for the planet's most influential non-profits, political campaigns and socially responsible businesses. What about smaller groups? Well, we're passionate about community and grassroots action as well.
The Georgia Humanities Council
The Georgia Humanities Council serves the State of Georgia through its projects and grant program. An independent nonprofit organization, the Council receives funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the State of Georgia, foundations, corporations, and individuals. The Council supports educational activities that help Georgians learn about our heritage and stories, thus preparing us to make decisions for the future.
The Home Depot Foundation
The Home Depot Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 2002 to further the community building goals of The Home Depot by providing additional resources to assist nonprofit organizations.
While focused on building affordable homes, The Home Depot Foundation is also committed to improving the overall health of our communities. Taking a long-term, comprehensive approach to building healthy, stable communities where families can thrive, the Foundation invests in the planting and restoration of trees along streets, in parks and in schoolyards; the building and refurbishment of community play spaces; and the revitalization of school facilities.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta is one of the largest non-profit philanthropic organizations in the Southeast, helping to support over 300 social and humanitarian agencies in Atlanta, Israel and in 63 countries around the world.
Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund
The Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund was created in 1992 as a partnership between the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta to help small and midsized arts organizations overcome hurdles to their success and grow into strong, vital institutions.
Public Broadcasting Atlanta
Great cities are known by their museums, theaters, symphonies and parks. But the greatest impact on a city’s cultural life radiates invisibly through the air.
For Atlanta, that cultural force is Public Broadcasting Atlanta. WABE 90.1 FM and PBA 30, brings NPR News, music, the arts and PBS programming to hundreds of thousands of listeners and viewers each year. Today, people turn to public broadcasting for their news, music, arts and entertainment. Yet, few people realize that public broadcasting began as “educational television” — strictly a learning resource. As a broadcast service of Atlanta Public Schools in partnership with the Atlanta Educational Telecommunications Collaborative (AETC), PBA has never lost sight of its original mission. Education remains at the core of our operation at every level, from preschoolers to our elders.
PBA partners with The Breman to bring you video podcasts of lectures and book talks through Atlanta Forum Network. See what you've missed at The Breman!
New Georgia Encyclopedia
The New Georgia Encyclopedia opens a window on Georgia's rich history, diverse culture, and still unfolding story.
NGE provides an accessible, authoritative source of information about people, places, events, historical themes, institutions, and many other topics relating to • the arts • business and industry • cities and counties • education • folklife • government and politics • history and archaeology • land and resources • literature • media • religion • science and medicine • sports and recreation • and transportation.