2004 – 2007

  • African-American Initiative changes its name to the African-American Partnership in order to reflect the long-term goals of the organization.
  • AAP commits to raising $120,000 over two years in order to sponsor two different United Way Youth Initiatives: the Youth Individual Development Account and Summer Internship Programs. These would be the first of many programs focusing on Greater Atlanta’s youth.
  • AAP engages the faith-based community through Dr. Kenneth Lee Samuel and several participating churches, raising $15,000 during Sunday Services.
  • AAP engages 300+ individuals at annual AAP kick-off at the Atlanta Life Building, featuring national speaker, David Steward, CEO of World Wide Technology.