We cultivate relationships and networks across social-divisions and sectors to join lives and strengthen communities.
We provide learning opportunities that help leaders and teams to be more effective, creative, and collaborative.
We accelerate and partner with mission-driven leaders to create solutions that contribute to flourishing communities.
Join our community of changemakers.
We work closely with Giving Grace and Color ATL to address critical needs that may lead to a disconnect from community and to support wellness and creative expression.
A dedicated space for change makers and community builders to engage in solving specific challenges hindering the flourishing of the community. We offer a variety of programs through our studio!
Providing support to individuals and organizations building new solutions that contribute to the flourishing of the neighborhood. Through a series of workshops, bootcamps, and one-on-one coaching, the Community Building Studio supports individuals and organizations in articulating their vision, understanding their community’s needs and opportunities, defining an action plan, and taking real steps towards their personal and professional growth.
[OR] to professionally and economically empower themselves, their communities, and the Sweet Auburn neighborhood.
Incubator Bootcamp for those launching new initiatives
Accelerator Bootcamp for those seeking to scale an existing solution or business
Social capital, strategic networking, referrals to additional resources in Atlanta
Direct support from our creative team in applying rapid design and systems thinking processes to your organizational or community building challenges.
Customizable training, based on “The Reconciler’s Playbook,” to equip groups in engaging in the work of reconciliation in their communities.
For organizations looking to engage in Sweet Auburn, this customizable walking tour provides an orientation to the unique context of the neighborhood.
Our 1-, 3-, and 5-day crash courses on joining lives. Learn mindsets and practical skills, and establish an action plan for developing reciprocal relationships and engaging in the practical work of reconciliation.