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Community Tree Project: Kick Off on Saturday; Accepting Recyclables and Donations


little 5 community tree

Join the Little 5 Points Business Association in launching the L5P Community Tree Project!

Contribute to an environmental sculpture in Findley Plaza, crafted from recycled materials. This initiative aims to raise funds and gather materials for a sculpture in the gravel tree well. Drop off clean, waterproof items like tin cans and plastic jugs at So Star. Get involved in our community work day, this Saturday, December 9 from 11 am - 4 pm. Donate at l5pbiz.com/donate.


A local artist will guide volunteers in crafting the sculpture, envisioned as a "community tree," from recycled, waterproof materials such as tin cans, plastic jugs, and wood. Residents can contribute to this eco-friendly endeavor by donating clean, waterproof recycled items at the designated collection box located at of Southern Star Tattoo.


The project kicks off with the first community work day on Saturday where volunteers can join in building the sculpture. The more hands and funds the project receives, the more we can build!


We need volunteers to build the sculpture!

We are looking for people to help with a community art installation in L5P. First build date is December. People with any building experience and own battery powered tools are a plus but don’t let a lack of experience in building deter you— anyone is welcome to pitch in! Let us know you're coming at l5pbiz.com/volunteer.


Some items we need to do the project:

Couple of A-frame ladders (8’, 12’ heights)

Battery powered drills

Battery powered saws

Wood screws 

Metal tapping screws 

Reciprocating saw  and a demo blade would be best

Random wood, metal, odd items to add to the sculpture…

And PEOPLE 😊  

plus tin or plastic items to be included on the tree that represents the L5P Community!


About The Little 5 Points Business Association

The Little 5 Points Business Association champions the growth and vibrancy of the Little 5 Points area. With a focus on supporting local businesses, promoting cultural events, and fostering community engagement, the L5PBA is Little Five's only non-profit dedicated to maintaining the district as a dynamic and inclusive cultural hub in Atlanta.

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