Updated: Jan 30
(Atlanta, Georgia) – Lost-n-Found Youth (LnFY) is excited to introduce Ashley Robinson as the new Volunteer and Development Coordinator. Ashley brings with her years of non-profit experience, including volunteer training and management, and creative donor engagement strategies. In addition to her experience working in the non-profit field, Ashley has served on the board of several performing arts non-profits. From 2012-2015 she managed and served on the board of Opera on Tap Atlanta, a non-profit that seeks to expand opera audiences by offering performances in unconventional spaces. She currently serves on the board of A Traves, a nonprofit that presents Flamenco arts through performance and education.
Ashley has been a supporter of Lost-n-Found Youth since its early days, donating to some of the first rummage sales sponsored by the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. She later became a Lost-n-Found Youth volunteer, and has spent time volunteering for the Hotline, and at the youth center. Ashley is incredibly excited to continue her work with Lost-n-Found Youth as a part of the dynamic administrative team. She is most excited to build ongoing relationships with current and future LnFY volunteers, and to help each volunteer find a way to use their unique gifts and talents to advance the collective mission of Lost-n-Found Youth.
Lost-n-Found Youth is an Atlanta, Georgia based nonprofit (501c3) that exists to end homelessness for Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) and all sexual minority youth.