Noa, Ella and Mia Lazarian of Dunwoody are organizing two "Festivals of Goodness" to benefit The Packaged Good, an Atlanta nonprofit empowering kids to do good.
The first one will run run from April 14 to April 21 a the Spring Mill Village Mall on Memorial Drive in Stone Mountain.
From Monday through Thursday, the festival will be open from 4-10pm. On Friday, the hours are 4pm-11pm, Saturday hours are 1pm-11pm, and Sunday hours are from 2pm-10pm
A second festival will run from April 26 to April 30 in the Gwinnett Prado parking lot.
The festivals will include music, carnival rides, games, food and a "Do Good Station."
Tickets are $20 per person for unlimited rides, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting The Packaged Good.
Attendees are also encouraged to bring donated deodorant and travel size shampoo for the homeless. Those items can be donated at the carnival Do Good Station.
“My family and philanthropy are the things I cherish most, and I like to throw a good party,” said Eti Lazarian, mother to the three girls. “The Festival of Goodness is a way for my family to create a fun experience for families while raising money for The Packaged Good, a non-profit doing amazing things in the community to teach and empower kids to give back.”
“The Packaged Good is a lot of fun, and we help people. I want to do more,” said Noa, the oldest of the three girls, who range in age from 5 to 9.
The festivals are open to the public, this will be a fun-filled evening for families and children of all ages.