Be a Part of Making Atlanta BeltLine Communities Stronger

These are challenging times as we navigate the effects of COVID-19 in our communities around the Atlanta BeltLine. Each of us is dealing with new and unique situations—many we have never experienced before. From the uncertainty of job loss to the need to stay healthy and safe, together we can find new ways to help each other.

Join us on Georgia Gives Day to kick off supporting the businesses and organizations that make living and working around the BeltLine special.

We want your help! Your input can add to the list of Atlanta BeltLine businesses that can use assistance. If you know of an organization or program that you believe should be on our list, please let us know by filling out this form. We’ll spread the message of need about these businesses and organizations.

Complete the business information below to submit your nomination. Submissions will be reviewed and included based on service provided and location.

Support those along the Atlanta BeltLine

Whether you get #TakeoutTuesdays dinner from an Atlanta BeltLine restaurant, make masks for our front-line workers, post news and positive messages to share with our community, or donate to an Atlanta BeltLine organization, your contribution is important to all of us.

Let us know how you are participating and be a part of the conversation by using hashtag #ATLBeltLineSupport with your social posts. Here are a list of businesses and organizations you can connect with to get involved.

  • ASW Distillery: hand sanitizer for sale and donated to local medical services
  • Atlanta BeltLine Partnership: supports the most comprehensive economic, transportation, and community development project in the country
  • Atlanta CareerRise: strengthening regional capacity to advance front line workers
  • Atlanta Community Food Bank: rapidly mobilizing to keep meals on the table for seniors, children and families across our community
  • Atlanta Habitat for Humanity: the Home Matters Mortgage Relief Fund will cover payments for Atlanta Habitat families who have experienced a job loss or emergency financial hardship related to the coronavirus pandemic
  • Atlanta Land Trust: secures permanent, affordable housing for everyone who wants to live in our city
  • Atlanta Legal Aid: helping low-income people meet basic needs, removing barriers to justice through civil legal assistance
  • Atlanta Partners Education: provides meals and devices for APS families
  • Atlanta Technical College: provides emergency support to students during the global pandemic
  • Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation: bringing safety and stability to low-income families in Atlanta
  • Atlanta Wealth Building Initiative: offering a COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund to qualifying businesses
  • Bearings Bike Shop: kids earn a bike of their own while developing the skills necessary to transition into adulthood and the workforce
  • Community Farmers Market: provides outlets for nutrient-rich locally-grown produce, doubling the SNAP benefits for our income insecure neighbors, and keeping farms in business
  • Construction Education Foundation of Georgia: addressing the workforce skills gap facing the construction industry
  • Focused Community Strategies: the Stepping Forward Fund helps those during emergency situations distributing support to families with barriers to paying rent, mortgage, and buying groceries because of the pandemic
  • Folk Art: Go Fund Me set up to help staff during the coronavirus
  • Food Well Alliance: amplifying their programming to provide resources to keep growers growing safely and efficiently
  • Generation: program connecting young adults with the skills needed to begin a hospitality career
  • Georgia Micro-Enterprise Network: a resource to support and fund viable micro-businesses in an effort to create new jobs and business opportunities
  • Georgia Watch: advocate for everyone in the state of Georgia by protecting consumer interests
  • The Giving Kitchen: provides emergency financial assistance to food service workers
  • Goodr: offering a one-time emergency pick-up for businesses donating surplus food to a local non-profit; meal sponsorship also available
  • Goodwill of North Georgia: connecting job seekers with employers with urgent hiring needs in healthcare, grocery, distribution and logistics and has increased online capacity for Virtual Career Services
  • Grady Health Foundation: supports direct patient care, including medical supplies, testing resources, and staff support
  • HouseProud: currently making home repairs for low-income senior, veteran, and disabled Atlanta homeowner who have critical emergency repair needs
  • ke’nekt: connecting community, culture & legacy in Southwest Atlanta
  • MUCHACHO + LADYBIRD + GOLDEN EAGLE: 100% of sales and donations go to staff assistance fund
  • Old 4th Distillery: Hand Sanitizers for Heroes
  • Park Pride: participate in a letter-writing campaign to thank local parks and recreation workers
  • Paris on Ponce: contribute to the GoFundMe to help them recover from the devastating fire of November 2019
  • Per Scholas Atlanta: launch more than 10,000 careers in technology, and is gearing up to enroll the next 10,000 students by 2023
  • STRIVE Atlanta: plans to graduate 375 people and provide a pathway toward family-sustaining careers
  • SUMMECH: provides housing, economic development, and education to neighborhoods
  • TWO Urban Licks: all proceeds from TWO SOON tees go to Concentrics Restaurants COVID-19 Relief Fund
  • Urban League of Greater Atlanta: support our community to move up the economic ladder and advance their lives even in the midst of COVID 19
  • Truly Living Well: natural urban agriculture provides fresh food in Southwest Atlanta
  • Wholistic Stress Institute: teaches wholistic stress management by promoting wellness and healthy lifestyle choices

Following are Atlanta BeltLine restaurants open for takeout.

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