Big Kidz Foundation to Host Annual Holiday Gala to Support Atlanta Youth

For more than seven years, the Big Kidz Foundation has been on a mission to provide opportunities for youth to be a part of the arts in Atlanta.  Big Kidz Foundation founder and Grammy Award-winning artist, Antwan “Big Boi” Patton will host over 150 specially invited guests from Metropolitan Atlanta at the foundations’ annual Holiday Gala to support his mission of “Saving Lives Through The Arts”.  The Gala will take place Thursday, December 19th, in a private celebration in West Midtown.



In 2005, Antwan “Big Boi” Patton founded the Big Kidz Foundation, with a desire to provide youth with much needed development in the arts and humanities.  Through its programs: Big Voices, Big Moves,  and Big Talent, children ages 11-18 are allowed to express themselves by using art as an outlet.  For more information, please or contact Executive Director, Jennifer Lester at

“We are excited to share the accomplishments of the Big Kidz Foundation with our supporters” says Jennifer Lester, Executive Director of the Big Kidz Foundation. “Supporters, sponsors, board members and stakeholders will get a glimpse of the work that we are doing in the community and the significant impact that it has made in the lives of the youth we serve”, says Lester.


topcontent_03The highlights of this year’s holiday gala are the Big Kidz Foundation’s “Big Hearts Tree” and the Silent Auction fundraiser.  The “Big Hearts Tree” was introduced in 2011 and has become a popular option for BKF supporters to donate to the foundation.   Guests will also have a chance to bid on an array of items ranging from sport memorabilia to fine dining packages during the silent auction.    Funds raised will support the Big Kidz Foundation and its programs in Atlanta .

It’s RobinLori will definitely keep you updated on this great event!



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