Building Sustainable, Resilient Neighborhoods and Communities

Communities
Green Building
Achieving sustainable systems in our cities and organizations takes community support and a multifaceted approach. Southface Institute’s work for resiliency and sustainability is three-tiered: green building that addresses climate change, supporting neighborhood resiliency and building stronger communities. Below, we’ve highlighted three of our programs that exemplify this approach.

City Council Approves $950,000 Grant to Southface Institute

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Southface’s CCPRP Care and Conserve Program Coordinator Gwen Smith speaks with Ms. Vennie Davidson about the services available to her.   ATLANTA, GA—October 11, 2019—Southface Institute has received an additional grant from the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management’s Care and Conserve Plumbing and Repair Program (CCPRP), allowing the sustainability nonprofit to continue providing …

Community Plumbing Program Alerts Resident to Gas Peril

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On May 15, 2019, plumber Ramel Herring and a partner, both from Legwork Plumbing Solutions, visited Atlanta resident Paulette Harris to deliver free plumbing repairs as part of Southface Institute’s Care & Conserve Plumbing Repair Program (CCPRP) funded by the City of Atlanta, Department of Watershed Management.