Hourly Angel's consultants and assistants wear many hats: temporary employees, virtual assistants, graphic designers, marketers, and other roles essential to startups and small businesses. They even work as event planners. From start to finish, they conceive and realize gatherings such as corporate outings and weddings, taking care of everything from establishing a budget to coordinating vendors. They can also design and print giant banners to announce a special sale or the fact that there's one donut left in the break room. Hourly Angel's versatility is further proved by their client list, which over the years has included everyone from Love Family Farms to Blake's Eatery to Toyota of Union City.
Snapdragon shutterbug Jennifer Schwartz has been snapping mugs, as well as faces, for more than 15 years. Jennifer's own two youngsters have taught her how to work flexibly with time-pressed families, so she specializes in capturing the captivating spontaneity of expectant mothers, playful tikes, four-legged friends, training montages, and notoriously difficult-to-photograph vampire toddlers.
Whipstitch is your in-town Atlanta fabric shop and sewing lounge! With a huge selection of fabrics--including quilting cottons, denim, linen, heirloom fabrics, and Japanese imports--plus a wide range of notions, trims, patterns and more, we offer a convenient location to get your sewing fix. Join us for Sewing Circle, Open
Celebrations befitting life's milestones often require a great deal of planning. That's where Signature Party Development and Hosting Services swoops in—to not only throw a party, but to make it a memorable one. The party-planners transform get-togethers into legendary bashes with planning services that cover everything from the catering to the valets. It books venues, hires photographers, and even tends to the details, making sure the DJ plays the right music and the piñatas don't wear white pants after Labor Day.
More than 58,000 people receive emergency food each week through more than 600 nonprofit agencies in 29 metro-Atlanta and north-Georgia counties. And those nonprofits agencies get their food from Atlanta Community Food Bank. But this organization's reach wasn't always so wide. In 1979, when Atlanta Community Food Bank set up shop in St. Luke's Episcopal Church, it distributed 15,000 pounds of food in its first six months?a respectable sum, but nothing compared to the 45 million pounds of food it distributes annually today. Growing with the number of residents facing food insecurity, the Food Bank expanded into a permanent 129,600-square-foot facility, gathered a force of volunteers, and pushed its balanced meals into food pantries, childcare centers, and night shelters.
Although it tackles hunger, Atlanta Community Food Bank believes groceries alone are not enough to stymie the effects of poverty?it also takes education. To that end, it engages and empowers the community through seven core projects. These include educating residents on healthy eating, helping them begin community gardens, and supplying brand-new school supplies.
StudioWed is a collection of Atlanta's finest wedding vendors. Meet with a photographer over coffee in the morning and enjoy a glass of wine as you chat with a florist in the afternoon. Best of all, there's no cost to you to use StudioWed's services.