As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on Dec. 15, 2017
The Woodruff Arts Center will be able to continue its Family Fun programming over the next three years thanks to a new philanthropic grant.
The Lettie Pate Evans Foundation, which is part of the Robert W. Woodruff family of foundations, has awarded the Woodruff Arts Center an extension grant of $5.1 million to allow Family Fun to continue – offering free access to music, visual arts and theater for another three years.
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on November 3, 2017
Three prominent Georgians will be honored with the Heroes, Saints & Legends awards by the Foundation of Wesley Woods on April 19 at Flourish.
Civil rights leader the Rev. Joseph E. Lowery will be honored along with his late wife, Evelyn Lowery.
Also, philanthropist Merritt Steed Bond and attorney Edward “Jack” Hardin, a homeless advocate, also will be honored at the annual event that celebrates Georgians who have made significant contributions to the community through their leadership, service and philanthropy.