Our Partners

logo-camp“Uniting the Community to Actively Fulfill God’s Plan by Assisting Our Neighbors in Need” Christian Aid Mission Partnership (C.A.M.P.) began as a small clothing distribution center over 45 years ago when local church representatives formed a partnership to battle the effects of poverty. From those humble beginnings C.A.M.P. has grown into a multi-faceted agency assisting thousands of our neighbors with their basic needs. “We see such a critical need [for food] every day at our C.A.M.P headquarters in Austell; and we never turn anyone away, no matter how long the line. This Event, with our partners, will allow us to create funding at the level necessary to continue supporting our clients,” extols Darlene Dukes, executive director for the organization. Outside of food distribution, C.A.M.P also provides clothing, rent and utility assistance, and special gifts for families with children. www.svcamp.org

logo-amateur“Positive Guidance For Youth & Community” Amateur Advocate Association Inc. is devoted to partnering with those whose passion is to positively impact the lives of youth and communities. Our aim is to mentor and strengthen the next generation by providing young people with constructive recreation, guidance, and leadership. “South Cobb is a sweet spot,” says Albert McRae, president and co-founder of Amateur Advocates (AAA). “The Taste of South Cobb provides an opportunity to tell our story to everyone about our precious gem.” The primary contact of the coalition, AAA, produces two other events: Mableton Day and Mableton Rocks, bring awareness to South Cobb and to inspire residents to give back to the community. www.amateuradvocate.com

SCAAThe Event is being partially supported by the South Cobb Arts Alliance, whose mission of is to build our community by encouraging appreciation and active participation in the visual arts, performing arts and local heritage.