2nd Annual RED Carpet Affair

Lets have an affair on March 7th!

I'll wear my tux and you slip on your Louboutins. We'll walk down a paparazzi loaded red carpet leading into a lavish Buckhead estate. We'll sip on martinis, nibble on delectable hors D'oeurves, bid on fabulous silent auction items and dance! Dance, at what will surely be "the party" to be seen at in Atlanta, not to mention the most fun and glamorous charity event and Oscar viewing party in the city!

Mary Ellen Fulkus

, the Executive Director for

Keep Georgia Safe

, has this to say about the event which benefits the non-profit: 

"This year’s

2nd Annual A Red Carpet Affair

will not only dazzle local Atlantans with a Hollywood themed Oscar Night Experience,  guests will also have the opportunity to thank and meet


(the nation’s leading personal safety program for children) instructors as they are recognized and receive awards on the Red Carpet, for their important role in teaching and empowering children to stay safe. "

The information below details how you can help save lives through the click of a mouse and its costs nothing but a minute of your time!

Keep Georgia Safe

is the only organization to send all three of Georgia's Emergency Alert Calls to subscribers' cell phones free of charge:

Levi's Call

: Georgia's



Mattie's Call

, missing disabled or elderly person alert, and

Kimberly's Call

, a dangerous fugitive alert.  Keep Georgia Safe alert subscribers can receive these alerts via their cell phone by way of an email or text message when issued by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.  Subscribers will receive notification if and when an alert is cancelled.

To sign-up for the Keep Georgia Safe alert network simply visit


and enter your email or cell phone number in the text boxes provided on the right side of the home page or on our Alert Network page.

By signing up for our alert network you may be able to help recover a missing child or elderly person.

Please sign-up today and encourage your friends and family members to do the same.


*Tribute to Johnia Berry

A Red Carpet Affair is dedicated to Johnia Berry who was a graduate student attending The University of Tennessee when she lost her life to violent crime in December of 2004. Her parents, Joan and Mike Berry are this year's Honorary Chairs and currently live in Lawrenceville, GA.