Upon receiving the 2022 Four Pillars Tribute on Oct. 10 from the Council for Quality Growth, Carol Tomé laughingly said: “Today, brown is new orange.”
Atlanta is close to realizing its initial dream for the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. On Oct. 14, the Center will break ground on a major expansion of the unique attraction in downtown ...
The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation has made two key additions to its management team - Wendy Feliz and Diana Champ Davis.
The Beloved Benefit is back. On July 7, the second Beloved Benefit will take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The event is one of the most ambitious fund-raisers in Atlanta, and it will feature two headliner ...
Arthur Blank was only 15 when his father, Max Blank, died of a heart attack, a difficult time for him and his mother, Molly Blank.
Atlanta now has a new center dedicated to stuttering education and research, thanks to a $12.25 million grant from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation.
Six months into becoming president of the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, Fay Twersky said moving to Atlanta “has been a jolt in the arm professionally.”
Home Depot co-founders – Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank – have joined forces to help create a national network to provide a wellness network for veterans and first responders experiencing post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injuries ...
Also, only one Georgian is in philanthropy's biggest league.
At long last, Atlanta’s National Center for Civil and Human Rights will become the institution leaders originally envisioned it would be.
The $17 million gift from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights is part of a $50 million capital campaign to expand the Center’s offerings.
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights will undergo a major expansion thanks to a $17 million grant from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation.
The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation has selected Fay Twersky as its new president, succeeding Penelope McPhee, who will be retiring in February after serving in that role since 2004.
Throughout his life, Arthur Blank has struggled with being a stutterer. Blank, owner of the Atlanta Falcons and co-founder of the Home Depot, did not let his stuttering get in the way of his achievements. But ...
Arthur Blank’s soon-to-be-released book – Good Company – is a treasure-trove of secrets for business and life. Blank, a co-founder of the Home Depot and owner of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United, shares his ...
An effort to inject $25 million of affordable housing units into Atlanta is a quarter of the way toward success.
Some new faces, and familiar ones, at major Atlanta nonprofits.
Six nonprofit organizations in Georgia and one nonprofit in Montana will receive immediate funding from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation to address the racial equity crisis in America.
A signature event, the Beloved Benefit – planned for June 4, is being postponed until 2021.
Penelope “Penny” McPhee, the president of the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation since 2004, today announced her intention to retire by the end of 2020.