#DoGoodATL: Spring fundraising ends on high note

The fundraising for our spring #DoGoodATL projects has come to an end, but not before the organizations saw their goals exceeded in record time. Both S.E.E.D.S. Global and the Sopo-Gateway Center bike repair program were able surpass the $2,500 mark with over a week left. Campaigns officially ended on Mon., April 28.

S.E.E.D.S. Global was able to raise $2,900, while Sopo-Gateway pulled in nine bucks more, bringing their total to $2,909. For each project, the Home Depot Foundation will match funds raised dollar for dollar up to $2,500.

Congratulations to all of the organizations, and a big thank you to the 46 folks who made generous donations, and everyone else who helped spread the word. We'll keep you posted on the progress of each project, and chances are we'll celebrate when it's all said and done. Also, feel free to visit our nomination page and recommend a project and organization for future #DoGoodATL campaigns.

Thank you, ATL!

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