Life Enrichment
City of Refuge

City of Refuge

Statistically speaking, Atlanta’s 30314 ZIP code is No. 1 in the city and state in many regards. Unfortunately, almost all of those statistics are negative. This inner-city section of Fulton County has the lowest median household income rates and the highest rates of homelessness, poverty, high school dropouts, single-parent households,… Read more...
My Best Self: Gin Miller

My Best Self: Gin Miller

Atlantan Gin Miller, 53, created the Step Training fitness phenomenon in the late ‘80s, and her concepts and creativity laid the foundation for “step aerobics,” earning her the worldwide reputation as a preeminent fitness program creator and exercise professional. It all happened because she injured her knee doing high-impact aerobics.… Read more...
UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation

UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation

When your child is ill or dealing with a medical challenge, the last thing you want to worry about is the financial aspect of his or her treatment. Of course, if you have good-quality health benefits, then you won’t even have to give it a second thought, right? Unfortunately, that’s… Read more...
My Best Self: Laina Orlando

My Best Self: Laina Orlando

Laina Orlando, founder of The Power of Awareness program, takes a fresh and fun approach to redefining spirituality. Her own spiritual awakening propelled her to trade a successful career for the privilege of inspiring others. An Atlanta-area author, speaker and coach, Laina offers simple techniques and practical tools to help… Read more...
Clear the Way

Clear the Way

What does it mean to be organized? Is it having a tidy closet where everything is in its place? A neat desk that makes you more productive at work? An efficient schedule that lets you easily check off the items on your to-do list? Plenty of time to spend with… Read more...
My Best Self: Amy Lance

My Best Self: Amy Lance

In 1997, Atlanta native Amy Lance founded the nonprofit organization Chastain Horse Park Ltd. She served as general contractor for the $4 million redevelopment of the local landmark, which was in desperate need of a comprehensive facelift. With the help of the community, Amy eliminated the old, dilapidated structures and… Read more...
Flying Change

Flying Change

When clients visit Flying Change Equine Therapy—an internationally recognized, metro-Atlanta-based equine-assisted growth and development program—they do many things: they build confidence and self esteem, develop relationship-building skills, learn how to communicate effectively, experience teamwork and cooperation, gain leadership skills, understand how to have empathy and respect for others and much… Read more...
It's the journey

It's the journey

There’s a good reason why true stories of personal discovery and triumph are so popular in books, in movies and on TV. It’s because the idea of uncovering who you really are and what you were meant to do speaks to each of us on a very basic level. The… Read more...
Heart recipient Victor Mitchell

LifeLink of Georgia

As we go about our daily lives, more than 3,000 of our fellow Georgians are waiting for life-saving or life-enhancing organ or tissue transplants. More than 2,600 of those individuals need a kidney, while more than 200 are awaiting a new liver. Dozens need a new heart, a new lung… Read more...
Gifts that give more

Gifts that give more

Giving someone a gift makes you feel good. Giving to charity makes you feel good, too. Now imagine how you would feel if you could combine these two gratifying gestures. Find out this holiday season by taking a philanthropic approach to gift giving and choosing presents for family and friends… Read more...