Connect to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Opportunities
Want to live in a more diverse, equitable and inclusive society? Student Civic Engagement partners with a variety of local non-profit organizations whose mission is to advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Consider getting involved in the below organizations!
100 Black Men of America
101 Jackson St, N.E., 2nd Floor, Atlanta, Georgia 30312
The mission of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. is to improve the quality of life by supporting and enhancing educational and economic opportunities particularly for African-American youth in the Atlanta community.
1530 DeKalb Ave NE, Suite A Atlanta GA 30307
The Atlanta Pride Committee is Georgia’s oldest non-profit agency serving the LGBTQ community and serves as an advocate of, and resource to, gender and sexually diverse communities in Atlanta and the Southeastern United States. Our operations include the annual Atlanta Pride Festival and Parade in October as well as 60 other educational, social, and historical programs each year, as well as community reinvestment initiatives.
Atlanta Pride Givepulse Page
Friends of Refugees
PO Box 548 Clarkston, GA 30021
Friends of Refugees is an official non-profit organization whose mission is “to empower refugees through opportunities that provide for their well-being, education and employment.”
Making the Transition, Inc
PO Box 57031, Atlanta Georgia, 30343
We aim to inspire youth to take control of their lives by creating hope, providing guidance, sharing knowledge, establishing accountability, building and maintaining support systems and motivating positive growth.
Making the Transition, Inc Givepulse Page
National Center for Civil and Human Rights
250 Williams Street, Suite 2322, Atlanta, GA 30303
The mission of The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is to empower people to take the protection of every human’s rights personally. Through sharing stories of courage and struggle around the world, The Center encourages visitors to gain a deeper understanding of the role they play in helping to protect the rights of all people. The National Center for Civil and Human Rights harnesses Atlanta’s legacy of civil rights to strengthen the worldwide movement for human rights.
National Center for Civil and Human Rights Givepulse Page
Atlanta City Hall, 68 Mitchell Street, SW Atlanta GA 30303
The Mayor’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion leverages the combined power of government, private and non-profit partners, and communities to dismantle systemic inequities and barriers to opportunity. We work to create One Atlanta – a safe and welcoming city with world-class employees, infrastructure and services, an ethical, transparent, and fiscally responsible government, thriving neighborhoods, communities, and businesses and residents who are equipped for success.
Peace of Thread
4002 E Ponce de Leon Ave Clarkston, GA 30021
Peace of Thread is a non-profit organization that empowers women who have come to the United States seeking refuge from war, persecution and poverty to make a new life for themselves and their family. Our purpose is to give a voice to families in vulnerable populations through employment.
Peace of Thread Givepulse Page
The King Center
449 Auburn Avenue, NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30312
We prepare global citizens to create a more just, humane and peaceful world using Dr. King’s nonviolent philosophy and methodology (Nonviolence365®).
The Refuge Coffee Company
4170 E Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Clarkston, GA 30021
Refuge Coffee Co., a 501c3 non-profit business, exists to serve the global community in Clarkston through coffee-related job creation, job training, social networking, and commerce.
The Refugee Coffee Company Givepulse Page