Located in the historic A&P Lofts Building in the heart of vibrant Reynoldstown – adjacent to the BeltLine and the new Atlanta Dairies and Madison Yards developments – our new facility will house staff offices, conference rooms, classrooms, and gathering spaces, with catering facilities for events and community gatherings.
As workplaces continue to transform, nonprofits need venues for coming together both physically and virtually. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and beautiful spaces built especially for hybrid collaboration, GCN’s new headquarters is a hub for connection and solution-building.
As GCN’s own mission transforms to meet the needs of 21st century nonprofits, we are excited to provide a home for important new initiatives like The Center for Social Transformation (CST), an innovation center for the nonprofit sector. The purpose of the CST, launching soon, will be to engage cross-sector partners in the problems holding back the sector’s ability to achieve sustainability and impact, and to tackle collaborative projects that promise to transform and accelerate the impact of individual organizations.
We thank our board, donors, members, and stakeholders in helping us achieve this milestone, and look forward to using this new asset to achieve our vision for impact.
The following supporters were instrumental in helping us secure, renovate, and open our new home to the community.
Our thanks go out to everyone on this list: Your partnership has made an incredible new chapter possible for GCN and all those we serve.
Betty and Davis Fitzgerald Foundation
Currey & Company
David, Helen & Marian Woodward Foundation
Empire Office Inc
The Home Depot Foundation
The Kresge Foundation
McMaster-Carr Supply Company
Mohawk Industries Inc.
Niles Bolton Associates
Ray and Mary Lee Foundation
Robert W. Woodruff Foundation
The Sartain Lanier Family Foundation
Southern Concrete & Finishing
The Tull Foundation
Karen & Derrek Beavor