Community Foundation celebrates 70th Anniversary with a gift to Atlanta: Complimentary admission to Center for Civil and Human Rights
By Frank Fernandez, President and CEO of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta.
At the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta we’re celebrating our 70th Anniversary of serving you, the metro Atlanta region. To do that, we’re inviting you to be our guests on our tab at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta. Admission is free for all guests, for four days – Thursday, November 4 – Sunday, November 7.
Why are we doing this? Because the Center lifts up the struggle of people across time and the globe to make the world better, more equitable place for ALL. You can take a walk through the U.S. Civil Rights movement—touch it, feel it, smell it and know it and learn more about the continued fight for human rights across our world. We invite you to explore exhibits that feature leaders who help educate and empower us and for future generations, about what is possible when individuals come together around a shared purpose greater than themselves. The Center inspires us in the work we do, and we hope it inspires you as well.
For 70 years, we’ve worked as your Community Foundation to make Atlanta stronger. And we’re not slowing down – in partnership with donors, other organizations and civic members, we seek to make our region more equitable, more prosperous for all who call Atlanta home.
Free tickets to the Center will be available starting October 21. Reservations for timed entry are required due to COVID-19 protocols. Please visit cfgreateratlanta.org/70th to learn more. I hope to see you there, Atlanta.