Envisioned by former CNN journalist Jennifer Morgan, Eleanor’s Place is a soothing and sophisticated coworking destination for women. Inside the 2,783-square-foot hub filled with artwork by local female creators, entrepreneurs, stay-at-home-moms, female professionals and others can utilize private booth offices, a conference room, and more. Members can also use the space to host private events such as book clubs and trunk shows.
Details: 3535 Northside Pkwy. NW., Ste. 3516, Atlanta; www.eleanorsplace.com
This innovative security technology helps families keep relatives safe and well in their own homes. Equipped with discreet sensors and smart analytics, the WellCamTM system by Wellness Insights offers a plethora of information and can alert you if a loved one misses taking a dose of medication, or isn’t active at the usual time.
Help A Sister Out
Atlanta-based women’s health organization SisterLove, Inc. was recently selected as a finalist for Aetna’s 2019 Voices of Health campaign. The competition, which SisterLove, Inc. came third place in, celebrates grassroots nonprofits that address social and economic conditions impacting health in nearby communities. For over 30 years, SisterLove, Inc. has made sure women, especially African-American women, have access to HIV, sexual, and reproductive health services.
Details: 1237 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., Atlanta; www.sisterlove.org
A Dose of Magic
Radio star Jenn Hobby recently raised $50,000 for Reese’s MaGIC Fund and the Aflac Cancer & Blood Disorders Center through her inaugural Ring the Bell benefit. Reese’s MaGIC Fund is committed to research to prevent and cure germ cell tumors, like the one Hobby’s, now 4-year-old daughter, Reese, was diagnosed with at 10 months old. The fund was created by Hobby and her husband.
Historic Westside is getting a whole lot greener, thanks to a $17.5 million grant from The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation to the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership. With the first phase opening in 2020, Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry is set to be the largest greenspace in the city, covering 280 acres.