The Hoochie celebrates 20 years!
Twenty years ago on Earth Day, dedicated conservationists and friends of The Nature Conservancy gathered on the banks of the Chattahoochee River to celebrate shared victories toward securing Georgia’s natural future. Since then, The Hoochie has become one of Atlanta’s premier spring events and has raised more than $4 million to enable the Conservancy’s critical conservation projects around the state.
To celebrate the event’s 20th anniversary, we will honor President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter, who served on the host committee of the inaugural Hoochie event, for their commitment to conservation and longtime support of The Nature Conservancy. Patrons and Sponsors will be invited to attend an exclusive reception with President Carter on June 12 at the Carter Center.
The Hoochie 20 will take place on Friday, April 25th at The Goat Farm Arts Center in West Midtown. To complement the venue, our theme “Art of Nature” will explore how the natural world inspires us and will feature a curated art experience by Barbara Archer Gallery, live musical performances by the Bonaventure Quartet, gourmet cuisine by Epting Events and a boutique silent auction.
We'd like to thank our presenting sponsors:
For more information, contact John Hitchins at (404)253-7204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the Patron Party for the 20th Annual Hoochie, we thanked former president Jimmy Carter for his dedication to conservation. The inspirational evening left Georgia supporters, trustees and staff excited for the future of conservation. Watch a slideshow.
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