Learn how you can get involved as we visit the organizations that serve and inspire our neighbors throughout the city and give Atlanta its 'Heart'

* A portion of the cost of this DTour will be donated to your choice of one of the following charities *

Some of the stops on your DTour will include:

  • Habitat for Humanity ReStore - Take a shopping trip to a discount home improvement store where all proceeds assist Habitat in their goal of providing everyone with a decent place to live
  • WonderRoot Center for Arts and Social Change - View the future 8-acre campus for Atlanta's leading organization for arts and community empowerment.  The former elementary school will house 25,000 sq. ft. of studio space for artists and include galleries, performance venues, educational spaces and a cafe

  • The Atlanta Mission - Daily serving more than 1,000 homeless men, The Mission provides rehab and recovery services, vocational training and transitional housing

  • The Atlanta Community Food Bank - This 129,000 square-foot facility procures and distributes more than 60 million pounds of food and grocery items to low-income Georgians each year

  • City of Refuge - Located in Atlanta’s poorest zip code, COR lives out its motto, Where Good Works, by offering life-saving resources to people living on the margins

  • Friends of Refugees - Based in the suburb of Clarkston, where almost 50% of residents are new American families, FOR empowers refugees and helps provide for their well-being, education and employment

or more information, contact me at dan@dtour.me