Community Partners

The following businesses and nonprofit organizations support Kindezi O4W PTCA with donations, discounts and superior services. We are truly thankful.

French Market Flowers


99 Krog Street
Atlanta, GA 30307
frenchmarketflowers@gmail.com
Tel: 678-362-5179


DJ KNODAT

      Derrika Troup

Staples

 
Midtown Place Shopping Center, 
650 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, 
Atlanta, GA 30308  
 (404) 881-0354


Simply Jumperz

simplyjumperzbouncehouses@gmail.com
(706) 528-2399


Family Reunion T-Shirts


"Home of the $5 Family Reunion T-shirts"
www.familyreuniontshirts.com
404.284.4018 | 404.284.4062 Fax | 877.267.4018 Toll Free


Georgia Commute Options


What is Georgia Commute Options?

A bundling of free services that help commuters and employers make the switch from driving alone as part of a regional strategy to reduce traffic and improve air quality.
In Partnership with the Georgia Department of Transportation

Georgia Commute Options was created in 1996 to promote and incentivize ride-sharing and alternatives to driving alone. The program is funded by the Georgia DOT with funds from the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program in an effort to attain national air quality standards.

Georgia Tech Urban Honey Bee Project

The Georgia Tech Urban Honey Bee Project is a unique interdisciplinary undergraduate research and education program focused on the impact of urban habitats on honey bees. Our hives are located on the roof of the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons on the Georgia Tech campus in midtown Atlanta, Georgia.


Badging Direct

1270 Caroline Street
 Atlanta GA 30307 US 
 +1.4046679511 | tutuh@badgingdirect.com

The Children's Museum


275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

The REACH Complex


The REACH Complex
386 Pine Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30308

The Kindezi School

Truly Living Well



Truly Living Well
P.O. Box 90841
East Point, GA 30364
Direct Line: 678.973.0997
Fax Line: 678.973.2671

 

Octane Coffee

We like to think local.  We roast our beans right next to the cafe and we use milk from a nearby dairy so that our baristas can craft a quality, enjoyable experience that makes you feel like you're really at home. We use the same sensibilities in our bar program. We take inspiration from around the world, but in the end, we're a community; and our friends and neighbors deserve a delicious drink and fun time when they visit.

437 Memorial Drive A5, 
Atlanta, GA 30312
(404) 815-9886                                                                             

  

XOCOLATL

Our small batch chocolate is made from cacao that is sustainably and ethically grown, harvested, fermented and sun-dried on small farms throughout the Americas and East Africa. Once we receive the whole beans imported to the ATL, we inspect the beans, picking out by hand any inferior or broken beans, then hand-crack, winnow, and stone-grind them for days until they have become a beautiful chocolate liquor. We use only two ingredients - cacao and organic cane sugar - in our single-origin dark chocolate. No added cocoa butter, no soy emulsifiers and no fillers of any kind so that what you taste is the true flavor of the chocolate from different regions. Our flavored bars are also made of two-ingredient chocolate, but have additional flavor ingredients like peppermint or dried apple or sea salt, all sourced with an eye for local, organic and fair. By sticking with just cacao and cane sugar, the end result are bars that are not only delicious, but that are also vegan, soy and gluten free.

Krog Street Market
99 Krog Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Contact Us: info@xocolatlchocolate.com
Phone: (404) 604-9642


Georgia Safe Routes to School

Safe Routes to School programs are sustained efforts by parents, schools, community leaders and local, state, and federal governments to improve the health and well-being of children by enabling and encouraging them to walk and bicycle to school. Safe Routes to School programs connect transportation options with public health needs with the quality of our environment with the livability of our communities.

SRTS programs examine conditions around schools and conduct projects and activities that work to improve safety and reduce traffic and air pollution in the vicinity of schools. As a result of these efforts, SRTS programs make bicycling and walking to school safer and more appealing transportation choices. They also encourage children to pursue healthier and more active lifestyles throughout their lives.

Amazon Smile

Kindezi participates in the Amazon Smile Program. For every purchase, Amazon will donate .05% of the purchase price to the school. Visit http://smile.amazon.com/ for more information on how to select Kindezi as your charity of choice.


Publix

You can pick up your key chain tab at the main office, located near the customer service desk, for Publix School Rewards Program. Scan  your card when you shop at Publix and a donation will be made to the school.


Box Tops for Education

Help our scholars earn money by collecting Box Tops. Look for anything you buy regularly for the little ticket: fruit snacks, cookies, cereal and even butter and applesauce.
Please have your child collect them and bring them to their teachers. Each box top is worth $0.10 to the Kindezi Schools for supplies, books or anything else we need. The class with the most Box Top Labels at the end of each month will earn a popcorn party. Happy Collecting! Watch the video to learn more or visit the Box Top Website at www.boxtopsforeducation.com

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