Va-Hi Community Engagement Fund

$22,519 of $100,000 goal

Raised by 157 people in 3 months
The Virginia-Highland Civic Association has established this fund to help support the community engagement efforts related to the 10th and Monroe development. 

While the VHCA hopes to keep these costs to a minimum, there is no standing budget for these expenses and, as always is the case, neighborhood funds are EXTREMELY tight. We need your help!

These funds will support:

- enlistment of professional resources including: planning experts, land use attorneys, traffic/transportation experts, affordable housing  and community outreach specialists

- education and presentation materials

- neighborhood notifications

- communication costs (e.g.; meeting space)

For more information on the proposed project and the position of Virginia-Highland Civic Assocation, click here

NOTE: In the event that funds are raised over and above those needed for the uses outlined here, those funds will be used in the neighborhood following the mission and bylaws of the Virginia-Highland Civic Association: The purpose of the Association shall be to promote and further the common good, general welfare and interests of all residents of the Virginia-Highland neighborhood (the “Neighborhood”).

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We want to thank everyone who has made the Va-Hi Community Engagement Fund a success so far. We could not do this without you!

Your donations and sharing of the message around the project are showing the neighborhood and the city of Atlanta that the Cresthill and Monroe area is critical to the fabric of our city.

We encourage you to share the materials from the April 19th community meeting at Virginia Highland Church ( https://vahi.org/cresthill-monroe-meeting-materials/) and email planning@vahi.org with any questions you may have. We're open to any and all questions and suggestions about the community's response to the developer's proposal and our approach.

Finally, because of the success of the GoFundMe campaign, we've been contacted by GoFundMe to detail how the funds will be handled after your donation. All donations to the campaign will be withdrawn in the name of one of Virginia-Highland Civic Association's board members (point of contact: Barry Loudis) and then deposited into the VHCA bank account via check. This doesn't change anything from the process we already had in place but GoFundMe asked us to post this detail. Of course, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to email us at planning@vahi.org.

Thank you again for your support and we look forward to continued progress with the community, city and developers. Please keep sharing and encouraging others to get involved!
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