As part of Believe Atlanta, Westside Future Fund (WFF) and AT&T teamed with Out Teach, an educational organization that builds outdoor gardens that double as learning labs for schools in low-income areas. They also train teachers to use these gardens as part of everyday instruction. On Oct. 16, nearly 100 AT&T employees volunteered at KIPP Vision Primary, turning an unused space at the Atlanta Public School into an educational garden for Atlanta youth.
“We are proud to partner with organizations like AT&T that routinely contribute to the revitalization of the Westside,” said Raquel Hudson, director of the Westside Volunteer Corps. “It’s a true pleasure working alongside such dedicated men and women who, like us, are committed to driving long-term transformation, with a focus on measurable outcomes.”
Interested in getting involved with WFF and serving with the Westside Volunteer Corps? Click here to see a calendar of all up-coming volunteer opportunities and register for the next Day of Service.