The board of directors for Live Thrive Atlanta, the nonprofit behind the Center for Hard to Recycle Materials (CHaRM), recently hosted A CHaRM’ing Evening at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center in DeKalb County. This annual event supports Atlanta’s only permanent drop-off facility for materials too harmful or bulky for the curb. The party included a performance from Yacht Rock Revue, the opportunity to win an all-electric 2018 BMW i3 from Global Imports BMW and more. Funds raised at A CHaRM’ing Evening will help cover the center’s hazardous waste processing fees, environmental educational programs, expansion and cost of operating equipment. For more information, visit www.livethrive.org/charm.

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