PROGRAMS AND SERVICES 

 

The Ivy Community Foundation offers diverse programming that supports and aligns with our overall mission to inform, educate, support, and engage citizens in our community and enhance their quality of life.

The Ivy Community Foundation offers scholarships to Atlanta area high school graduates. 2021 Scholarship applications will be available soon.

 

Contact: Kathy Owens Camp, Chairman

scholarships@ivycommunityfoundationga.org

 

As a component of the Pink Cultured Pearls Cotillion program. The Ivy Community Community Foundation partners with the Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. to implement the CAPS program. For more information on our teen programsplease contact us at info@ivycommunityfoundationga.org.

For more information on CAPS, also visit AKA1908.org 

 Senior Programs 

The Ivy Community Foundation partners with Quality Living Services, Inc is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides services for citizens of Atlanta over the age of 50. QLS operates a senior center that houses its programming and administrative departments and owns several senior housing communities and one multi-family housing community. In addition to its daily schedule of classes, meetings, and special interest groups, recreational and social events are planned throughout the year such as the Annual Christmas Luncheon, Mardi Gras Ball, and a host of picnics and barbeques.

Community Programs 

In accordance with the CDC, state, and local guidelines concerning the pandemic, all scheduled community health fairs and events at the Ivy Community Center have been temporarily postponed and will be rescheduled once it is safe to do so. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

 

PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 3850 Stone Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30331     

MAILING ADDRESS: Post Office Box 3181, Atlanta, Georgia 30302

EMAIL: ivycommunityfoundationatl@gmail.com

PHONE: 404-549-2098

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