WM Events has a strong commitment to the communities in which we work and live. Below are just a few of our community’s organizations to which we have committed our time and energy. If you are interested in their work, we would love to connect you with these deserving causes.
Caring For Others, Inc. offers an advanced model for homelessness prevention that strives to support those on the brink of homelessness and end the cycle before it begins. The organization seeks to maintain dignity and consistency in the lives of their clients, to renew their hope and restore their strength by moving beyond simply meeting the basic human needs of food and clothing.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Hughes Spalding
Located in downtown Atlanta, Children’s at Hughes Spalding features 24-hour emergency care, an in-patient unit, radiology services, and specialty care outpatient areas among its pediatric services. Thousands of children in metro Atlanta are treated for allergies, asthma, diabetes, seizures, feeding disorders, sickle cell, autism, cerebral palsy and many other pediatric conditions each year.
From 1983-1988, Community Concerns, Inc. began as an outreach ministry of the Chapel of Christian Love Missionary Baptist Church in an effort to provide daily meals for the homeless community in Atlanta. Since 1988, Community Concerns, Inc. has been utilizing it’s flagship program, Odyssey III, to provide housing, case management, and supportive services to the homeless.
A 501c(3) humanitarian aid organization, MedShare is dedicated to improving the quality of life of people, communities and our planet by sourcing and directly delivering surplus medical supplies and equipment to communities in need around the world. MedShare’s deliveries of vital medical supplies and equipment have decreased our nation’s carbon footprint and brought health, healing and the promise of better lives to 97 countries and countless patients.
Formed in 1989 as the Atlanta International Museum of Art & Design, MODA has grown and evolved over the years to become the Southeast’s only design museum. The museum also holds the distinction of being a Smithsonian Affiliate. MODA’s mission is to advance the understanding and appreciation of design as the convergence of creativity and functionality through exhibitions, education, and programming for visitors of all ages.
Usher’s New Look
In 1999, Usher, with the help of his mother, formed Usher’s New Look (UNL), a catalyst to empower and instill confidence in young people all over the world. His goal that year was to help 10 Atlanta students discover their potential and unlock their purpose. Nearly seventeen years later, UNL has now touched the lives o over 42,000 youth around the world. The organization offers leadership programs for students in middle-school, high school and through post-secondary education. UNL’s main focus is to teach youth how to identify their passion, or “spark”, early on and then connect it to a relevant education and career pathway.