In 2017 the Early Edgewood-Candler Park BiRacial History Project received a significant support grant of $500 from the Candler Park Neighborhood Organization. We are grateful for this recognition as a local, relevant grassroots effort that echoes elements of the Candler Park Master Plan. We are using these funds as seed money for a matching challenge to the community.
We invite your fully tax-deductible donations to help us meet the annual $1200 operating expense of office rent. The office is the center of operations that holds our research archives and enables us to share our findings directly with interested members of the community.
The office is hub for our activities in the neighborhood, including public Historic Walking and Bike Tours, maintenance of our Legacy Markers, the development of a new Legacy Marker to acknowledge the remarkable history of Hooper Street, the Memorial Scholarship for a young Atlanta woman in law school in New York, and the Local History Collection at Mary Lin School.
Help support Early Edgewood-Candler Park BiRacial History!
)) Your monetary gifts are fully tax-deductible ((
)) Donations of all sizes greatly appreciated ((
Please write your check to:
BiRacial History Project
PO Box 5567, Atlanta GA 31107
With Grateful Thanks…. Edi/th Kelman, History Project Manager