Greetings Urban League family and friends,
I am extremely optimistic about what we can achieve together this year and beyond. We are set to launch a new fundraising campaign that will be the foundation for our ability to help bring – and sustain — more Atlanta area residents into the middle class in the years ahead.
We expect to welcome a number of current and new partners into the campaign as donors and active participants in our suite of programs that allow our determined, dedicated and responsible participants to make better lives for themselves.
The ULGA has built an impactful history of working with adults and young people to advance their education and training, transition back into their communities after incarceration, and step into careers and sustainable employment that position them to move up the economic ladder and contribute positively to their communities.
One such program, the Urban Youth Empowerment Program (UYEP), is featured in our current newsletter. Please click here to learn more about UYEP in our newsletter. We are seeking partners for this vital program to sustain its work to support youth and young adults to achieve their highest potential, as funding for UYEP will end June 30, 2015. I hope you will be inspired to get engaged with the Urban League of Greater Atlanta as a partner, volunteer, member or donor to be a part of the solution as we build strong communities in which we can all take pride! Let’s work together to Empower Communities and Change Lives!
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The Urban League has various ways you can become a member. Our auxilaries provide the perfect fit for you to plug into and empower yourself and your community. Click the organization titles to learn more about our each organization.
When the Urban League calls…The Guild Answers! The ULGA-Guild is the civic engagement and fundraising arm of the League. Connect and serve with Atlanta’s finest.
ULGA-YP is comprised of professionals under 40 across metro Atlanta who are dedicated to serving their local communities through social and community activism.