Breedlove Land Planning Shares the Love

Each year Breedlove Land Planning makes a donation to each employee’s charity of choice. We support many different causes – from curing disease, improving childhood literacy, to protecting animals and our environment. For Valentine’s Day we would like to share these special organizations with you since they hold a special place in our hearts.

Alzheimer’s Association– Seeks to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

American Rivers – Works to protect and restore our nation’s rivers, combining national advocacy with field work in key river basins to deliver the greatest impact.

Atlanta Humane Society – Works to improve animal welfare in the southeastern United States by providing quality animal services including preventative initiatives, education, advocacy and adoption of animals into permanent loving homes.

Books for Keeps – Works to improve children’s reading achievement by addressing barriers related to the accessibility and appeal of reading material. They give books to children whose reading opportunities outside of school might be otherwise limited due to geography, income, or other factors.

Caring for a Cause – A non-profit that helps families in need through community events and fundraisers. The organization assists families in the McDonough, GA community financially as well as supports them with other needs that arise from unforeseen events.

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – A not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high-quality pediatric care to kids from all walks of life.

Community Cures – Works to bridge the gap of resources within the inner city communities by introducing awareness about social issues and providing resources and outlets for youth.

Downtown Academy – Seeks to provide children of inner-city Athens, Georgia an excellent and rigorous Christ-centered education that builds knowledge, character, and purpose.

Extra Special People – Creates opportunities for people with disabilities and their families to engage, connect, and thrive.

Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes – A residential care program that helps children who have been abandoned, neglected and abused. When children come to Youth Homes, they are placed in a family setting with a safe, loving, nurturing environment in which to rebuild their lives and prepare for a bright future.

Haven House – A domestic violence shelter and program serving victims of family violence in Henry, Jasper, Butts and Lamar Counties.

Histiocytosis Association – A global nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing the unique needs of patients and families dealing with the effects of histiocytic disorders while leading the search for a cure. Histiocytic disorders are a group of diseases that occur when there is an over-production of white blood cells which can lead to organ damage and tumor formation.

Oconee Animal Shelter – Protects animals by providing a safe, compassionate shelter for lost, stray, and unwanted animals in Oconee County, Georgia.

Outdoors Without Limits – Promotes awareness and teamwork between disabled and non-disabled individuals through education and outdoor recreational activities.

Reading is Essential for all People – REAP improves reading proficiency in public school students through free teacher training and enrichment.

Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation – Susan G. Komen’s goal is to reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026 by finding new treatments for the most aggressive forms of breast cancer and ensuring that all people have access to and utilize high-quality breast cancer care.

United Way Atlanta – Brings together people and resources to tackle complex issues and drive sustainable positive change to help our community thrive. United Way Atlanta focuses on issues most strongly affecting children, family and community well-being, invests funds where they have the most leverage in addressing those issues, and deploys the power of 16,000 volunteers toward work across Greater Atlanta’s 13 counties.

Walnut Grove Baptist Church

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