This Hispanic Heritage Month, we're celebrating the people and organizations that spread energía positiva across Georgia.
Over the year, we have all had to overcome new obstacles facing the pandemic. Despite those challenges, these Latinx leaders and organizations still found ways to reach our communities, creating an impact and empowering people with energía positiva. Hear their stories and watch how they continue to push Georgia forward.
HoPe (Hispanic Organization Promoting Education) is dedicated to increasing the graduation rate among Hispanic high school students through leadership development, educational resources, and community service. HoPe builds the self-esteem of students, empowering them to succeed, find purpose, and become leaders.
Latino Community Fund
A charity that catalyzes investment and promotes collaborative work in the Hispanic community. It supports Latino-serving non-profits in Georgia with advocacy, program development, technical assistance, and grant making.
Latin American Association
Empowering Latinos to adapt, integrate and thrive through civic engagement and advocacy, economic empowerment, youth services, family stabilization, well-being, and immigration services.
A domestic violence program that creates opportunities for Latino families to transform their lives and communities by changing the social conditions that give rise to violence.
People like our Learning Power Coordinator, Viola Martinez, embody energía positiva. Dedicated to living a purposeful life, Viola has overcome all barriers to create a path for herself and her family. Through her inspiring story, she illustrates how heritage is an invaluable asset, made even stronger by a combination of optimism and action.
Join our celebration with Atlanta United on Wednesday, September 29 at our match against Inter Milan. The ticket package includes limited edition pint glass and keychain.
We are partnering with the Atlanta Braves to create an interactive activity book for young fans and families to learn more about our Latinx Braves players and their culture.
Join our employees from Amigos, our Georgia Power resource group dedicated to recruiting, retaining and developing Latinx employees, as they take over our Instagram.
We’ve partnered with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to restore more than 1 million acres of longleaf pine in our state. But these are more than just trees. To endangered species like the red-cockaded woodpecker, they’re home.