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Bright Futures Atlanta/BF, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia

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Address: 64 Edwin Place NW
Atlanta, Georgia  30318  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 250
Number of People Being Served: 150
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Mission Statement


Our Mission Statement is to provide programs and activities that are aimed at creating social change in inner-city adolescents. We shall accomplish this by mentoring, using Christian based character building techniques, and staying involved with the families and community. Our Vision Statement is to search out, assist, and build long-term relationships with single parents and adolescent youth from the inner-city of Atlanta. Our goal is to end the cycle of poverty, violence, unemployment, and low self-esteem, through social change and education.

Description


Bright Futures Atlanta, founded in 2002, provides unique educational, social, and spiritual opportunities for adolescents and their families in the inner-city Atlanta. As a way to break the cycle of too-early parenthood, glorification of criminality, and criticism of academic achievement, year-round programming is offered in an environment conducive to learning, for the physical as well as spiritual growth of participants.

Bright Futures Atlanta, founded in 2002, provides unique educational, social, and spiritual opportunities for adolescents and their families in the inner-city Atlanta. As a way to break the cycle of too-early parenthood, glorification of criminality, and criticism of academic achievement, year-round programming is offered in an environment conducive to learning, for the physical as well as spiritual growth of participants.

Mission Statement: Our Mission Statement is to provide programs and activities that are aimed at creating social change in inner-city adolescents. We shall accomplish this by mentoring, using Christian based character building techniques, and staying involved with the families and community. Our Vision Statement is to search out, assist, and build long-term relationships with single parents and adolescent youth from the inner-city of Atlanta. Our goal is to end the cycle of poverty, violence, unemployment, and low self-esteem, through social change and education.

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