Nobis Works Celebrates 40 Years of Changing Lives

Nobis Works’ mission is to empower people through employment. Headquartered in Marietta, Ga, they develop and provide job training, employment and vocational support for youth and adults with disabilities and other barriers to employment.

Serving businesses throughout Metro Atlanta and 17 states, Nobis Works helps individuals with all types of disabilities to enter or return to employment, and to enjoy productive and independent lifestyles while contributing to the greater business community. Since 1977, they have helped more than 25,000 individuals find dignity and workplace success.

Nobis Works is hosting its annual Galaxy of the Stars Luncheon on Friday, April 28th at the Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center.

Galaxy of the Stars is Nobis Works’ annual event where corporate and community leaders gather to celebrate the accomplishments of people with disabilities in the workplace and to recognize the impact of Nobis Works’ programs and partnerships. This year, Nobis Works is celebrating 40 years of changing the lives of 25,000 in the community and beyond.

This year’s luncheon will recognize eight individuals and employers who have gone above and beyond to embody the Nobis Works mission. 2017 Galaxy of Stars sponsors will include – Presenting Sponsor: WellStar; Constellation Sponsor: Georgia Power; Comet Sponsors: SunTrust, Atlanta Falcons, Cobb EMC Community Foundation.

Nobis Works would not be able to fulfill their mission and make their dreams a reality without the funds generated through the Galaxy of Stars. They invite individuals and corporations to be a part of the Nobis Works mission by sponsoring this event. For further information regarding sponsorships and to purchase tickets, visit or email Meagan Davis at

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