2016 Lantern Parade

The Lantern Parade is hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and kicks off the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition on the first Saturday after Labor Day each year.

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Guac y Margys

Review survey key findings and ABI’s activities underway.

Read full Atlanta BeltLine Survey Insights Report: July 30, 2018,

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) is seeking an Individual Giving Manager. Reporting to the Director of Partnerships & Development, the Individual Giving Manager will support the overall operational fundraising efforts including the Annual Campaign and the Individual Giving Program. The primary role of the Individual Giving Manager is to increase individual donor support. The Individual Giving Manager will identify, cultivate, and solicit gifts from new individual donors and nurture and encourage existing individual donors. He/she will work closely with other staff to create and fulfill the donor experience, from acquisition of new donors to stewardship. The successful candidate will have demonstrated fundraising success and high-level organizational skills. This is an excellent opportunity to work within a team environment toward collective goals while fulfilling a primary role in the organization’s individual giving strategy. This post will work closely with the Director of Partnerships & Development and the Institutional Giving Manager, and collaboratively with other departments, most significantly the Communications Team. Cover letter and resume should be saved as a pdf with the file name yourlastname_abp.pdf (e.g. Smith_abp.pdf) and sent to work@atlblp.org by September 07, 2018. 

For full details and required qualifications, download the job description.

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. convened a panel of housing experts from public, private, and nonprofit sectors to make key recommendations to support ABI in reaching its goals to create and preserve affordable housing around the Atlanta BeltLine, while supporting the City’s One Atlanta vision and other City design and community frameworks.