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Casey Foundation Civic Site: Atlanta

Atlanta is designated by the Annie E. Casey Foundation as a civic site – a place where the Foundation has a long-term commitment to improving the futures of at-risk children and their families. Since 2001, we have been working with a wide range of partners in an area just south of downtown Atlanta, called Neighborhood Planning Unit V (NPU-V).

The Atlanta Civic Site is aiming for measurable success in three result areas: education achievement, family economic success, and neighborhood transformation.

For a first-hand account of the programs, read the stories of these Atlanta residents.

Two-Generation Success: Shondra Carter is taking advantage of Civic Site programs to build a secure future for her family and help her children achieve success in school.

Resident as Champions of Change: Stephanie Flowers is working with other residents to make the NPU-V neighborhoods a strong, safe community for children and families.


View a video to see how the programs are working.

Preservation of
Pittsburgh

(Video: 15:13 min.)

Georgia Early Education
Alliance Ready Students

(Video: 7:47 min.)

The Center for Working
Families, Inc.

(Video: 6 min.)













We believe that when results are “bundled” together, we can achieve life-changing results for children and families. Download the Atlanta Civic Site brochure to learn more.