09 16 2015 | Posted in Events
We look forward to welcoming you on October 10th for Party at Ponce – private access to Ponce City Market for one magical evening of fundraising, food and music. The evening begins with tastings from over twenty five nationally acclaimed chefs, will include select shopping experiences and ends with an unforgettable concert lineup of The Indigo Girls, Shawn Mullins, and David Ryan Harris along with other surprises.
Together, we will celebrate this historic moment and raise funds for several important community organizations with which Jamestown proudly partners. Proceeds from the event will benefit Atlanta BeltLine, Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, Georgia Organics, Museum of Design Atlanta and initiatives of the Jamestown Charitable Foundation.
Here is why we believe in these organizations and what they bring to our community.
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
We think of the BeltLine as the front door to Ponce City Market and we have the Atlanta BeltLIne Partnership to thank for transforming how we move around Atlanta. The Partnership works with neighborhoods, businesses, community, faith organizations and other groups to raise general awareness and broad based support for the BeltLine.
Food is a key to the Ponce City Market experience and our friends at Georgia Organics are doing great work connecting food from Georgia farms to Georgia families. Georgia Organics believes that food should be community-based and that a sustainable local food system is critical to the future of Georgia’s health, environment and economy. We agree!
Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
We care about how you get to Ponce City Market and we love seeing so many people biking to our property. Thanks to the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition for working to create a healthier, more livable Atlanta by making it safer, easier, and more attractive to bicycle for fun, fitness, and transportation.
Museum of Design Atlanta
Design can change the world. We believe that. The Museum of Design Atlanta is doing its part to celebrate the convergence of creativity and functionality. At MODA, design is more than aesthetic – it’s a creative problem solving process that can make world a better place. We want More Design Atlanta – MODA!
Jamestown Charitable Foundation
The Jamestown Charitable Foundation focuses on Great Cities and Great Spaces. We focus on four areas of giving to catalyze great placemaking and to build healthy, sustainable and economically viable cities: sustainable and local food, parks and greenspace, alternative transportation and transit, and design.