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Second Chance Ambassadors

Artist Gilbert Young Support The Atlanta Bailout

The Atlanta Bailout is fast becoming a nationally recognized initiative. Internationally acclaimed

artists Gilbert Young has decided to help DCMO orchestrate more Bailouts. By donating 80% of the proceeds of his special addition Second Chance series to Don’t Count Me Out to support the Atlanta Bailouts and retreats, Gilbert Young has boldly used his art as an innovative medium for awareness. 


The city of Atlanta is rich with new development and corporations springing up ever constant.

Atlanta is the cultural center of the Southeast and influences national and international culture. In this thriving metropolitan, art has massive power to move people to social change.


Former Mayor Kasim Reed and Judge Terrinee Gundy have changed the social justice paradigm by implementing bail reform in the City of Atlanta and Municipal Court respectively. Don’t Count Me Out, non-profit 501 C-3, has successfully assisted men released by Judge Gundy on signature bond for Father’s Day 2017 & 2018 and Thanksgiving 2017 to make positive lifestyle changes. With partners The Gateway Center and Hosea Feed the Hungry, DCMO has successful served 200 family members of the men bailed out.


We ask you to assist us to identify potential corporations who will become Second Chance Ambassadors, corporations who would donate to the DCMO Bailouts by accepting and displaying a special addition Second Chance series original.

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DCMO has developed creative strategies to raise funding to support the Bailout/activities and Tiny Home Weekend Builds.

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About Artist Gilbert Young

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Meet The Artist

Gilbert Young is a nationally renowned artist, muralist, and art  conservator. Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, he served 27 years as  director and conservator of the multi-million dollar University of  Cincinnati Fine Art Collection. A few of his monumental mural projects  can still be viewed in the greater Cincinnati area.  He relocated to Atlanta, Georgia in 1995 and became Artistic Director  for the International Paint Pals Art Competition in conjunction with the  1996 Olympics. 

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Gilbert Young-City Lights Mural-Atlanta

Neighborhood kids help paint the 700 foot wall off of Ralph David Abernathy in Atlanta Georgia. CREDIT COURTESY OF GILBERT YOUNG & MET ATLANTA

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