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Good in The Hood

Music for the Frontlines

To thank them for their sacrifice and bravery, Avalon held the first fall Drive-In Live concert exclusively for Northside Hospital’s frontline workers on September 18. Employees received complimentary tickets to

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Rotary Learning Lab

The Rotary Clubs of North Fulton, Roswell, and Milton jointly received a $10,000 seed grant to fund a new Rotary Learning Lab. The Lab will allow HomeStretch, a

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Happy Holidays for Seniors

The holidays can be a difficult and lonely time for the elderly population. Join North Fulton Community Charities in making them a bit brighter by donating or helping to

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Do Good in Your Community

Looking for volunteer opportunities in your local community? Download the United Way VolunHere app to search for opportunities near your home, job or school. Filter by county, need, category (education, homelessness, health, etc.) or availability.

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Foster a Fur Baby

Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, a volunteer-based organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in North Georgia, is seeking foster families for fur babies. If you’re interested

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Drive-by Graduation Celebration at Avalon

Avalon did not let coronavirus stop Fulton and Forsyth county seniors from getting their graduation send off. On Friday, May 22, the trendy mixed-use development held a drive-by graduation ceremony where local

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Purple Pansies Pay it Forward

Maria Fundora, owner of Casa Nuova, started her charity, Purple Pansies, in 2007 after losing her mother to pancreatic cancer. Since then the organization has raised over $1.5 million for pancreatic

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Alpharetta’s Best Dishes in One Cookbook

Local chefs of Alpharetta City Center, Avalon, and Halcyon have brought some of their restaurants’ best dishes together to create “Cooking Together(ish)”, a digital cookbook whose proceeds will be donated to North

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Donate Food to Our Heroes

Doctors, nurses, fire fighters, policemen— these are just a few of the brave men and women working the frontlines of the coronavirus epidemic. To show appreciation for their efforts,

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