In the Community

Jewish National Fund

Over the past 107 years, JNF has evolved into a global environmental leader by planting 240 million trees, building over 200 reservoirs and dams, developing over 250,000 acres of land, creating more than 1,000 parks, providing the infrastructure for over 1,000 communities, bringing life to the Negev Desert and educating students around the world about Israel and the environment.

The Bridge

Since 1970, the Bridge has been dedicated to helping adolescents and families who have been abused achieve independence by offering an on-campus school that emphasizes vocational readiness, solution-oriented therapy, family counseling and community-based activities.

Visions Anew

Visions Anew The divorce process is at best like juggling dozens of balls in a circus act. At its worst it may be like fighting for your life against a multi-headed dragon, often under the tremulous gaze of your hollow-eyed children. Visions Anew provides an opportunity to focus rationally on emotions and uncertainties with which you are confronted, offering you a new perspective. Wise, professional women will give you the tools to recapture your dignity and self respect.

The Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation

The Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, Inc. was created through the joint efforts of the Atlanta Council of Younger Lawyers, the Gate City Bar Association, and the Atlanta Legal Aid Society in 1979 to offer lawyers an opportunity to provide civil legal representation for the poor. Since then, AVLF has provided representation for indigent clients through the efforts of volunteer private attorneys, its student clinical program and various outreach programs.

Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta

Kessler & Solomiany, P.C. is a proud sponsor of the annual Empty Bowl Dinner organized by JF&CS which provides comprehensive programs and services that strengthen the family in all of its contemporary forms and lifestyles. Jewish Family & Career Services, a nonsectarian agency that recognizes its membership in and interdependence with the broader Atlanta community, provides programs and services to meet community needs.

The Kessler Community Clinic

The Kessler Community Clinic, Inc. is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit corporation. It was founded to service the needs of the people in the community. Located in downtown McCaysville, Georgia, this location was chosen to accommodate the needs of the people in the northwestern part of Fannin County, Georgia, East Polk County, Tennessee (also known as Copper Basin) and western part of Cherokee County, North Carolina.

Atlanta Women’s Foundation

The Atlanta Women’s Foundation exists to promote nothing less than a significant transformation in the lives of women and girls. Through the programs supported by the foundation, women and girls are able to learn, to compete, to achieve, to be safe, secure and healthy, and to realize their dreams. For an overview of our work accomplishing positive social change for Atlanta’s women and girls.