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Pro Bono Services

Supported Nonprofits

Sandra Barnhill & Associates is dedicated to offering pro bono services each year to select nonprofits, aiming to further their missions and amplify their impact. Through this initiative, we provide specialized support tailored to the unique needs of each organization, leveraging our expertise to help these nonprofits achieve their goals and make a more significant difference in the communities they serve. This commitment reflects our core belief in giving back and supporting vital causes that can benefit from our skills and resources.

College AIM

Mission Statement: To provide college and financial aid exposure, counseling from ninth grade through college graduation, and work to dismantle systemic racial and economic barriers, so that Greater Atlanta students can achieve their ambitions.

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From Girls to Pearls

Mission Statement: to provide a comprehensive range of programs and services that address the specific needs of young girls in our community. We are guided by the belief that education is the key to unlocking a world of possibilities. Through our initiatives, we strive to foster academic excellence, personal growth, and the development of critical life skills.

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Africana Studies, Georgia State University

Mission Statment: The Department of Africana Studies at Georgia State University is dedicated to preserving, fostering, and expanding the interdisciplinary study of Black people and all those of African descent. Building on a tradition of academic excellence and social responsibility, we provide critical service to the intellectual community, the larger society and the world.​

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Foreverfamily

Mission Statement:  To inspire hope in children of incarcerated mothers and fathers, to help the children become successful adults, to strengthen their families, and to share our considerable experience with communities worldwide to do the same.

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