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After School Program at Kindezi

Andrew P. Stewart Center is now the official After School Provider for Kindezi Elementary School! 

We are excited to partner with Kindezi-Gideons Elementary School to offer high-quality academic enrichment to the elementary students of the Pittsburgh community in southwest Atlanta!

Students will participate in Studios taught by professionals in their field, including: Computer Science, Theater, and Journalism. They will also have the opportunity to choose electives based on their interests.

The program will include homework help, a healthy snack, tutoring, character building, and leadership development.

If you have any questions or you would like to sign up your student, please call us at (404) 458-3193 or come by our office at 987 Ira Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30310.

Danielle Washington (Kindezi Principal) and Ashley Hicks (Stewart Center Program Director)


The Stewart Center Expands Affordable Housing Initiative Through Partnership with the Annie E. Casey Foundation

The Stewart Center’s subsidiary, Pittsburgh Community Housing LLC (PCH), is currently rehabbing four homes in the Pittsburgh community. These properties were vacant and deteriorating when acquired by PCH. Pittsburgh Community Housing works to bring about community transformation by providing sustainable housing solutions for families connected with the Stewart Center.  
The Annie E. Casey Foundation recently transferred three houses to PCH as part of a partnership to increase affordable housing opportunities in the Pittsburgh neighborhood. These homes, along with another PCH property, will be rehabbed and occupied by Stewart Center families within the next four months.  
The Center’s housing initiative provides affordable housing options with a path to home ownership while helping to transform the neighborhood by reducing blight and making strategic investments in the community. By the end of 2017, PCH will have six homes occupied by Stewart Center families.
The Stewart Center’s housing initiative keeps families grounded in their community while ensuring their continued engagement with the Center’s programming.  
Current PCH property undergoing renovation