I’m biased but I think that Atlanta is the best city in America. So much history and so much innovation. We are an international city that sets many trends.
We have gotten away from something that we were once known for. Did you know that several influential men wanted a baseball team in Atlanta so bad that they went to Milwaukee and purchased the Braves before we even had a stadium. Did you know that Aaron’s Rents founder Charlie Loudermilk provided chairs and tents to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the Civil Rights Movements. Charlie jeopardized the success of his business for another Atlantan despite him being black.
These are two classic examples of the “Atlanta Way”. L.E.A.D. was created with the “Atlanta Way” in mind. My blessings are your blessings.
L.E.A.D. is a year round youth development organization that uses baseball to provide access to college for inner city Atlanta males. We serve over 180 student-athletes annually with four signature programs. Since 2007, 100% of our Ambassadors graduate from high school and enroll in college while 89% of them enroll with a baseball scholarship. As an organization, we complete over 2,200 community service hours annually.
With Christmas right around the corner, I have a gift request to ask of you for the Ambassadors. Click here to “Like” us on Facebook and “Follow” us on Twitter. It is only through continuous prayers and community support that L.E.A.D. will continue to thrive.
We are Atlanta and there is a need for L.E.A.D. L.E.A.D. is more than me. L.E.A.D. is also you. L.E.A.D. is we and we are Atlantans.
Click here to enjoy our newly designed L.E.A.D. website and we look forward to serving with you in 2012. It’s the “Atlanta Way”.