Ten community leaders and distinguished citizens are vying for your vote and the opportunity to pucker up and KISS-A-PIG in support of men and women developmental disabilities and those that have experienced an acquired traumatic brain injury. The candidates are seeking to raise money to support the comprehensive programs and services of Annandale Village. Cast your vote today!
Annandale Village has been named one of the top 100 best places to work in metropolitan Atlanta, according to results of a survey published by the Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC). The list of Top Atlanta Workplaces recognizes the best employers in Atlanta, the ones that make it a priority to create better workplaces for their employees.
On Saturday, April 29th, at Lillian Webb Park in Historic Norcross, Georgia more than a thousand individuals will gather together in the spirit of caring and giving to turn hope into reality for individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries at Annandale Village’s 26th annual signature event, Annandale’s Jazzy Thing. Tickets on sale now!
With a new presidential administration now in place, Annandale Village CEO, Adam Pomeranz and other Jewish lay leaders from across the country did not waste any time to advocate and lobby for individuals with disabilities. The seventh annual Jewish Disability Advocacy Day, hosted by the Jewish Federations of North America, took place on February 2 in Washington, D.C.