The Atlanta Police Athletic League (PAL) is a non-profit public benefit corporation. Their mission is to provide a safe environment for youth to reach their full potential through partnership with police and the community. PAL utilizes athletics, activities, and other programming geared to improve the quality-of-life for all youth participants by promoting confidence, self-esteem, civic engagement, academic achievement and social principles, with the goal of aiding them in becoming nurturing, productive members of society.
Atlanta PAL is a nonprofit charitable 501 c (3) organization, established in 1983 as a community partnership between the Atlanta Police Department (APD), NPU’s, Community Investors and Business Associations. Atlanta PAL serves youth 8-18 years of age by implementing constructive, carefully planned athletic and academic activities aimed at teaching moral, civic, academic and social principles to at-risk youth in a safe and nurturing environment.
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