YOU ARE INVITED TO A FUNDRAISER OF HISTORIC PROPORTIONS.
We live in a world that has many problems, problems that impact real people. My hope is that things can be better. My belief is that they should be better and will be better. I learned very quickly that if I am the only person who has this dream the progress will be small. If you are like me, you want to be part of something bigger than what only you can do. What if there was a community of problems solvers that used their abilities to impact our culture, the hurting, poor and under-resourced in our communities? A group of people that realize they may not be able to solve every problem in the world, but believe that making things a little better is worth the fight? It is an honor to lead a community like this every day. They inspire me and we have the gift of playing a role in their story. This is what we do.
Plywood People is a non-profit organization in Atlanta that leads a community of start-ups doing good. We mentor, educate, and connect real people giving their lives to bringing wholeness to a broken world. The only way this is possible is through the generous contribution of people like you. Leading Plywood People has made me believe that better is not only a crazy dream, but better is possible.
You are personally invite to our Annual Art & Experience Auction, so we can serve more people in a better way. Please confirm your participation today »
Sunday, November 8, 2015 at 6:30 PM at Fernbank Museum of Natural History
$50/individual or $80/couple (before November 1)
*We are also inviting 20 generous friends to be our presenting sponsors for a tax-deductible contribution of $500 to underwrite the evening.
Thank you for believing better is possible. I look forward to celebrating creativity, craftsmanship and problem solvers with you.
Founder and Executive Director
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Hello. We are Plywood People, a 501[c]3 organization in Atlanta leading a community of start-ups doing good. We exist to help our community make problems go away that impact our culture, the hurting, poor, oppressed and under-resourced people.
We are always searching for innovators addressing social problems, with the hope of integrating them in our community. We lead conversations and collaboration between the privileged and those in need through educational environments, sustainable ventures, community places, social experiments, storytelling projects, cause marketing campaigns, and new consumption patterns.