Atlanta ContactPoint

Atlanta Con­tact­Point (ACP) is a Geor­gia 501©(3) non­profit orga­ni­za­tion estab­lished in 2012 to engage chil­dren and adults through the power of play.
Our community-based model is designed to sup­port, edu­cate, and facil­i­tate com­pre­hen­sive well­ness pro­grams that encom­pass sports, fit­ness, edu­ca­tion, arts, nutri­tion, and social/environmental respon­si­bil­ity, while also com­bat­ing the grow­ing prob­lems of inac­tiv­ity, vir­tual play, and poor eat­ing habits affect­ing youth and adults today.

Atlanta Contact Point

Our vision is to pro­vide the Atlanta in-town com­mu­nity with a state-of-the art, indoor and out­door recre­ation space where chil­dren and adults of all socio-economic back­grounds can come together to play and learn.

Pullman Yard layout

Pll­man Yard — click to enlarge

Uti­liz­ing sus­tain­able devel­op­ment tech­niques with his­toric preser­va­tion guid­ance, we have pro­posed to the state to trans­form the Pull­man Yard his­toric site into a smart and func­tional urban space. Our hope is that it will serve as a shin­ing exam­ple of how inno­v­a­tive com­mu­nity recre­ation cen­ters can ben­e­fit met­ro­pol­i­tan areas and serve as much-needed touch points and gath­er­ing places for the community.

To sup­port our mis­sion, Atlanta Con­tact­Point hosts PLAY DAYS through­out the year at local city parks.


Website
atlcp.org/events/playday2013-grant-park/

Address
949 drewry st
atlanta, GA United States 30306
   


Phone
404-423-3090

Contacts
Linda Green
404-815-1876 

Sports & Recreation
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