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Each location has a unique set of needs. MVA encourages innovative programs that empower the ability to address the greatest challenges in each community.
Our First Chapter

Atlanta, GA
Chapter

Visit and volunteer with the Minority Vets community in Atlanta, GA

Feed the Hungry projects are a major initiative for our Atlanta Chapter. We frequently collaborate with Hope United, Angel Wings for the Missing, Calculus Charities, and The Mission Continues. Our ATL Chapter firmly believes in using elbow-grease to meet the greatest needs in the community and get the job done.

Meet Atlanta's Chapter Leader

Jakeshyia “Keshawn” Ballard is a 13-year Army Veteran who works, lives, and loves People and Logistics.  A Mississippi Delta native who now resides in the Metro Atlanta area. She lives life according and continues to go towards achieving marks as she strives for excellence.
 
She is a is a frequent motivational friend, inspiration to those that she may encounter her bright personality. Her motto in life is to Live, Laugh, and Love then do it all over again.

"I love to spread sunshine, so catch me in these GA streets."

KESHAWN BALLARD

Be your most authentic self. Connect. Understand. Serve.

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If you have remaining questions specifically regarding our Atlanta Program, please reach out to our team at atlanta@minorityvets.org

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Minority Veterans of America (MVA) is a non-partisan, 501(c)3 non-profit organization designed to create belonging and advance equity for underrepresented veterans.

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