Friends and neighbors from across metro Atlanta showed their Earth Day support this past April by participating in Georgia Natural Gas’ (GNG) annual Earth Day Electronics Recycling Project, televised on WXIA-TV. For a 7th year in a row, the public was invited to drop off unwanted electronics for safe, responsible recycling through eWaste/ePlanet. While at the Midtown event, attendees also learned about exciting upcoming projects with the Atlanta BeltLine. And, we proudly announced that Nicanor Beauge, a Georgia State University student, was the winner of a brand-new flat screen television! Congratulations once again! We’d like to thank all of our partners and participants including eWaste/ePlanet, WXIA-TV, Atlanta Beltline, and the Biltmore Building. We hope to see you next year.
Georgia Natural Gas is proud to be a returning sponsor of the annual Atlanta Public Schools Back to School Bash — held each year prior to the start of school. This free event is exclusively for Atlanta Public Schools students and their families — with over 50 exhibitors, fun activities for children, immunizations, health screenings, and educational, after-school and community resources.
Students in attendance can receive a free backpack filled with school supplies by showing their APS report card. Plus, GNG will once again have a booth at the event with FREE goodies! Visit: https://www.atlantapublicschools.us/backtoschool for more information on this annual event.
Please join Kate’s Club and the Greater Atlanta community on November 10, 2019 for their annual Memory Walk! The walk raises awareness for the 1 in 13 children and teens in Georgia who are grieving the death of a parent or sibling. This interactive, family-friendly fundraising walk will feature a 1.2 mile loop around scenic Piedmont Park and will include lunch, arts and crafts and a DJ.
Please register today! Your shareable fundraising page is a part of registration. You can also walk as a team and fundraise as a group. Go to www.katesclub.org/events/memory-walk-2019/ to register and learn more about Memory Walk and Kate’s Club. Questions? Please contact Courtney Parsons, Development Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.