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  • March 21, 2024 12:43 PM | Anonymous

    We have many clients transitioning out of #homelessness, and most lack basic household essentials like towels and dishes. They need your help!

    Donating a move-in kit makes a tremendous difference in these clients’ lives. Please consider contributing these items to set them up for success. You can even rally friends, neighbors, or colleagues and make it a mini-service project!

    Please drop off all items by April 30th—the sooner, the better!

    To schedule a drop-off, please email development@hopeatlanta.org.

    Drop-off location:

    HOPE Atlanta Offices

    458 Ponce de Leon Ave, NE., Terrace Level

    Atlanta, GA 30308

  • March 21, 2024 11:35 AM | Anonymous

    The Dept. of Parks & Recreation is kicking off public engagement for a citywide trails plan! Check out the info on the Trails ATL website: https://www.trailsatl.com/

    The intention of this trails plan is to help connect Atlantans to the places they want to go, especially parks and natural spaces, but also places like schools, grocery stores, and places of work, worship, and entertainment. Other key City partners include the Dept. of City Planning, Dept. of Transportation, Dept. of Watershed Management, and the Mayor's Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, among many other partners. The PATH Foundation is the plan's project manager. And, most importantly, we're seeking your partnership as Friends of the Park leaders not only to engage and provide input into the plan, but also to help spread the word and ensure we reach as many people as possible with the opportunity to have their voices heard!

    Public engagement has already begun with pop-up activations at NPU meetings (please view the "Engage" tab on the website linked above). The first official public meeting is next week at Peachtree Hills Recreation Center on Monday, March 25 from 6 - 7:30 pm. Subsequent public meetings are listed below, and are also included on the website: 

    Any questions about the plan can be directed to: trailsatl@pathfoundation.org

  • March 21, 2024 11:20 AM | Anonymous

    This is the first time a large-scale study of Atlanta’s nightlife economy has ever been conducted. Defining the contribution that businesses like yours make to the Atlanta economy and job base will help foster a much more constructive and sensible approach to managing the issues that impact your members. It will also provide the data to help your industry tell a compelling story about the role that nightlife plays in the city’s cultural, social, and economic life.

    It takes no more than 10 minutes to respond to this survey. The better the response rate, the more compelling and useful this study will be in telling the important story of the contribution your businesses make. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Mayor’s Office of Film and Entertainment's - Nightlife Division (contacts available here).

    We are hoping to complete the survey collection by Wednesday, March 27th. All answers will be kept anonymous. Leaving your business’s name or contact information is optional.


    Thank you again for helping the City of Atlanta Mayor's Office of Film and Entertainment better understand and support the needs of our city’s nightlife businesses!

  • March 18, 2024 8:36 PM | Anonymous

    Do you love community? Do you believe small businesses create culture? Is social media and digital communications your passion? 

    We're Hiring a Part-Time Communications and Outreach Coordinator! 

    This position is geographically based in the neighborhood of Piedmont Heights, Atlanta, GA. This position is responsible for the digital communications and member outreach for the Piedmont Heights Business Alliance. This position also supports the Piedmont Heights Civic Association through social media. Both organizations are nonprofits. 

    This is a part-time, 1099 contract position with both in-person and virtual duties. This position requires engagement in the community, attendance at meetings and/or events outside of regular business hours including weekends. The Communications and Outreach Coordinator works in a hybrid model, both remotely  in a home office environment and frequently out in the district. This position routinely handles confidential information and will also experience constant contact with PiHi Alliance volunteer board of directors, Piedmont Heights Civic Association, business owners, property owners, residents, City of Atlanta staff,  City of Atlanta District 6 Atlanta City Councilmember and the community at large. The  Communications and Outreach Coordinator works closely with the Community Development Consultant for training and direction. The Communications and Outreach Coordinator directly reports to the president of the Piedmont Heights Alliance. 


    • $25 per hour for 32 hours per month or 8 hours per week. Communications and Outreach Coordinator

    • One Year 1099 Contract beginning March 2024 with Annual Review to Extend



    Hiring Process: 

    • Application and resume review within 48 hours. 
    • Mini-Project and Social Media Samples request with 7 day turnaround.
    • Virtual interview upon correct completion of mini-project.
    • Final candidates meet in person prior to job offer. 

  • March 06, 2024 1:15 PM | Anonymous

  • March 06, 2024 1:13 PM | Anonymous


    If you are a new or existing entrepreneur, we encourage you to sign up for this groundbreaking program. We aim to have a mix of new and established businesses participate in this entrepreneur cohort. It is important to answer as many of the questions below and to provide as much detail as possible. Your answers will be used to shape this cohort and will not be used against you. All answers will remain confidential.

    Deadline to Apply is March 31, 2024



  • February 14, 2024 5:50 PM | Anonymous
    DO YOU OWN PROPERTY OR A BUSINESS ON MOROE DRIVE, PIEDMONT ROAD, ARMOUR DRIVE, OTTLEY DRIVE OR PLASTERS AVE? We need Taste of PiHi Committee Members too! These areas of PiHi need representation!! 

    The Piedmont Heights Alliance is an advocacy nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors consisting of business and property owners within the boundaries of the organization. Volunteer board members donate their time, expertise and leverage relationships on behalf of the entire community. 

    Board members serve two year terms and receive no compensation.  Average time commitment is  between 5-10 hours per month depending on meetings, events and initiatives. 
    • Each board member must be an active, up to date paid member of the organization. CHECK TO SEE IF YOU'RE A MEMBER HERE
    • Attend virtual monthly board meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 9:30-10:30am on Zoom. 2024 Dates: 3/13, 4/10,5/8, 6/12, 7/10, 8/14, 9/11, 10/9, 11/13, 12/11
    • Attend in-person quarterly general meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the quarter from 9:30-11am.  2024 Dates: Feb 28, May 22, Sept 25
    • Attend a two hour planning session in January. 
    • Attend and assist with annual fundraiser, Taste of PiHi on Sunday, November 10, 2024 from 3-6pm.  
    • All board members are responsible for membership and outreach to business and property owners within their districts. 

    EMAIL JENNIFER AT: Discover@pihialliance.com

    First board meeting will be 3/13.  





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