“A mind is a terrible thing to waste, but a wonderful thing to invest in.”® Why not invest your time or money in better futures for young people in Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina and around the country?
UNCF Atlanta is here to help you send a student to college and turn his or her life around.
Atlanta-Supported States’ HBCUs Punch Above their Weight
The UNCF research report HBCUs Punching Above Their Weight makes a strong case for a powerful proposition: Given their small average size and a history of being under-resourced, the enrollment, degree and economic impacts of HBCUs on African Americans in their respective states are significantly greater than one would expect. >> Read More at UNCF.org/PATW.
Call to Commitment Faith Leaders Breakfast, conducted Oct. 27, 2016, recognized Atlanta-area faith leaders in our campaign, program participants, volunteers, and the many donors who help make a difference in the lives of young people. Thank you for your continued support and for remembering…”A mind is a terrible thing to waste, but a wonderful thing to invest in.”
2015-2016 Atlanta-Area Church Donors
New Calvary Missionary Baptist Church
Ben Hill United Methodist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Ray of Hope Christian Church
Andrews Chapel United Methodist Church
Berean Christian Church
The Cathedral of Saint Phillip
Christian Fellowship Baptist Church
Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
Christians For Change Baptist Church
Community Church of God
Fountain of Faith Missionary Baptist Church
Lindsay Street Baptist Church
Did you know?
UNCF Atlanta serves 13 UNCF-member institutions in three states:
- Clark Atlanta University (Atlanta)
- The Interdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta)
- Morehouse College (Atlanta)
- Paine College (Augusta)
- Spelman College (Atlanta)
- Allen University (Columbia)
- Benedict College (Columbia)
- Claflin University (Orangeburg)
- Morris College (Sumter)
- Voorhees College (Denmark)
From annual fundraising campaigns to signature galas like the Mayor’s Masked Balls that are held in Atlanta, GA, Florence, SC, and other cities around the country, we work hard to help UNCF achieve its mission of building a nationally recognized pipeline of under-represented students who, with UNCF support, become highly qualified college graduates.