You are cordially invited to join us for our open house.
Taste. Tour & Give
Come enjoy light bites and cocktails while viewing our luxurious newly remodeled space. RSVP http://cascadeopenhouse.eventbrite.com
Admission is Free
1180 Fairburn RD SW Atlanta GA 30331
$3 Raffles in support of Aniz INC & Sickle Cell Foundation Phone # 678-650-5440
Music, Fun, Vendors, Sweet Bites, Grab Bags, & More!
Info about our Non-Proft benefactors that evening:
Mission Our Mission
To provide comprehensive health awareness and prevention services for the disadvantaged multicultural children, adults, and families, through therapeutic intervention and education
Empowering children and adults to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS to the next GenerationCompany OverviewAniz, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) community-based organization established in 1996 with a mission to provide holistic therapeutic, education and prevention services for children and families in the Metropolitan Atlanta area and the five major counties. The initial agency focus included women, youth and children who were HIV/AIDS infected/affected with substance abuse histories and/or underlying mental health conditions.
Since its inception, Aniz, Inc. has expanded to incorporate more comprehensive programs addressing the full continuum of risk behaviors impacting the health and stability of women and children. In order to accomplish the mission, the organization provides supportive and therapeutic service interventions utilizing innovative and culturally-appropriate curricula. The agency vision---to serve the psychosocial needs of intergenerational women and youth---is anchored by the core value to plant and nurture powerful seeds of healing, growth and potential for urban African American females.
Aniz, Inc.’s organizational/human capacity consists of professionally licensed clinicians, master level social workers, health educators, interns from Clark Atlanta University and in-kind volunteers who provide risk-reduction and health education in Atlanta. Aniz central office, located in downtown Atlanta, is fully equipped to accommodate the services it delivers in comfort and convenience for the clients served. Notably, Aniz services are also facilitated within the broader metropolitan Atlanta area via community centers, churches/faith institutions, and schools and other collaborating partners.
Sickle Cell Foundation of GA
Since 1971, the Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia, Inc. has stood as a bastion of hope for victims of Sickle Cell and other abnormal hemoglobin. Dr. Delutha H. King, Jr. and the late Dr. Nelson McGhee, Jr. founded the organization to monitor Sickle Cell occurrences, share and advance knowledge and research with other organizations and, of course, to improve the quality of life of those battling the disease.
Today, the Foundation continues its mission to provide education, screening and counseling to sickle cell patients. Thanks to its supporters, it has also expanded its programming to provide vital activities and services for school-age patients with sickle cell disease.