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What is the Heroes for HOPE Awards Dinner?

Each year HOPE Atlanta honors an individual who has made significant contributions to
improving the lives of metro Atlanta’s most vulnerable citizens. Our honorees clearly exemplify our mission to end homelessness through their dedication to the community and by helping
our most disadvantaged citizens regain hope, dignity, independence, and self-respect.

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Who does the event benefit?

This year, the proceeds from the Heroes for HOPE Awards Dinner
will benefit HOPE Atlanta's Housing programs including:

Providing emergency housing for homeless families when there is no available space at an
emergency shelter

Providing clients with housing relocation services with home-based intensive case management, enables homeless persons to break the cycle of homelessness.

Helping clients with job readiness, job placement and overcoming barriers leading to self-sufficiency.

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ABOUT US

HOPE Atlanta offers an array of services including shelter and other emergency services and permanent supportive housing,
case management, street outreach, homeless prevention,
domestic violence services, Veterans services, HIV/AIDS services,
reunification, and rapid re-housing. The majority of the people we assist are homeless or about to become homeless and have very low income.

Many are chronically homeless, veterans, victims of domestic violence, suffering from mental or physical illness, or chemically addicted. They are usually initially in crisis and in need of immediate crisis intervention services. The crises may be due to homelessness, the threat
of homelessness, unemployment, abandonment, poverty, illness, hunger, domestic violence, poor planning, financial emergencies, and/or unforeseen circumstances.

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THIS YEAR'S HONOREES

Ken Baggett

KENNETH BAGGETT

One of this year’s honorees is current Georgia Affordable Housing Coalition’s President Kenneth Baggett. Known for his unwavering advocacy and support for low-income housing, the honoree has over 40 years of experience in advising clients on numerous financial issues including those in the low-income housing tax credit area. Baggett is also the former chairman and co-CEO of CohnReznick and CEO of Reznick Group prior to the merger creating CohnReznick. Under his leadership, these
organizations have been and continue to be significantly involved in affordable housing and
advocating for those in need of safe and sanitary housing since 1977.

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Mayor-Reed

THE HONORABLE KASIM REED

Elected in November 2010 and re-elected for a second term in 2014, Mayor Kasim Reed serves as the Executive Officer of the City of Atlanta.

As the chief administrator and official representative, Mayor Reed is responsible for the general
management of the City and for seeing that all laws and ordinances are enforced. Administrative
duties include appointments, with City Council approval, of department heads and persons serving on advisory boards. The Mayor is also responsible for advising the City Council of the City's financial condition and presents an annual budget for approval.

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SPONSORSHIP PRICING

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THIS YEAR'S SPONSORS

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