Contact BLACK TIE GALA 2013
704 Ormewood Drive Southeast
Atlanta, Ga 30312
Who Are We
“Created to Empower People to Live Healthy Productive Lives!”
Founded in 2006, and the Vision Community Foundation is a federally recognized private foundation that has provided support services for the greater Atlanta Community. These services include feeding thousands of women, men and children the Bread of Life Program, testing hundreds through various HIV/AIDS programs and initiatives, addressing women’s health through participation in multiple Breast Cancer walks and awareness projects and providing education and job placement training through its GED programs.
On June 21, 2013, nearly 500 people will gather for the 2nd Annual Black Tie Gala hosted by the Vision Community Foundation and the United Progressive Pentecostal Fellowship.
This year’s theme is: “Build Bridges: Honoring those who build bridges that improve Humanity through Leadership, service and the Arts.”
The Black Tie Gala is a distinguished event that focuses the efforts of community support; attendees include many prominent officials across the nation’s leading civic, social, business and religious organizations.
The Black Tie Gala is a not to be missed event!
To successfully execute an evening that honors and celebrates key leaders that have contributed to the betterment of the community. These are leaders that have made a contribution in the area of the arts, social/civic, leadership and politics.
This event is to increase the resources available to the Vision Community Foundation.
Raise money and support for the Vision Community Foundation to:
Increase HIV/AIDS testing and prevention programs
Feeding the homeless of Atlanta
Further its GED program
Assist people returning to the workface