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LOCAL STORY: SERVING HOT SUPPERS IN HOTLANTA

The hot supper program is a sharp reminder of the problematic environmental factors our student face, like food insecurity. ASAS Atlanta listens and responds to what the community needs.

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Lyndsy Greene, Executive Director

Kirk Posmantur, 

Board Chair

After-School All-Stars Atlanta

One Park Place, Suite 1042

Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Phone: (404) 413-8355

16 Sites

1,855 Students

98% Qualify for a Free or Discounted Lunch Program

Ethnicity:

92% African American

2% Hispanic/Latinx

3% White/Caucasian

3% Asian/Pacific Islander

Mentors make a difference 

Reshanda Gray is an alumna of our ASAS Los Angeles program and current WNBA player for the Atlanta Dream. She grew up in a one-bedroom apartment, where her parents battled with drug and alcohol abuse.  

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The greatest compliment is when a student walks up or a parent calls on the phone and says “thank you.”

Dr. Walt Thompson, ASAS Atlanta Founder and Board Member

Revenue:

43% Foundation

57% Government

Expenses:

89% Program

11% Administration

ALL-STARS BUILD AGILITY AND ENDURANCE THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN THEIR FENCING CLASS

Leadership Highlight

Lyndsy Greene, ASAS Atlanta Executive Director

 Lyndsy Greene is the Executive Director of ASAS Atlanta. Lyndsy has worked for the organization for 18 years and has been instrumental in expanding the program which now serves approximately 3,000 students each day at 23 sites. Before joining ASAS, she volunteered at AIM (Aid to Children of Imprisoned Mothers) and served as a member of the Georgia After-School Advisory Committee and the Local School Council for Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School. She is a graduate of Georgia State University with a BA in Journalism and has a Master’s in Public and Business Administration from Kennesaw State University. 

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