Twenty years ago, a small group of Black leaders had the desire to make United Way of Greater Atlanta’s face of donors more reflective of the demographics in Greater Atlanta. In response, AAP committed itself to addressing the needs of African-American communities in the areas of health, achievement gaps, under employment and beyond. Today, under the new banner of African-American Partnership, AAP continues to improve outcomes for children, families and communities by transforming the academic outlook for African-American young boys and males to help reach their fullest potential.
For 20 years, individuals, corporate employees, entrepreneurs and civic leaders have relied on AAP as their trusted philanthropic partner to improve the lives of children and families throughout Greater Atlanta. Today, AAP and its 1,000+ members focus on powering the potential of African-American boys and young men by transforming their academic outlook, helping them reach their full potential.
African-American Partnership’s impact in Greater Atlanta is far-reaching. Read more about what AAP had done from those who know it firsthand.