Fayette FACTOR received a grant award of $28,000 through United Way of Greater Atlanta and Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta for Covid-19 response focused on education, food insecurity, housing and mental health.
Georgia has the highest percentage in the nation of families with children concerned about losing their housing in the next month due to income loss from the pandemic, according to a new report developed by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Get Meriwether Reading, a coalition of Meriwether County leaders working to encourage development of the community’s next generation, hosted a Mommy & Me Fall Fun Day event coordinated by Meriwether County Family Connection.
A new affordable apartment complex in Warner Robins utilizes an on-site early learning center in the clubhouse to provide young children with supports and services they need to boost early literacy skills.
Understanding that her prematurely born son, Carter, may not engage in the same activities as other babies his age put Macie McCannon’s mind at ease. It’s one less worry for the 16-year-old mother who’s strengthening her parenting skills and knowledge through the Elbert County home visitation program.
The groundwork for a new initiative was started last fall through the support of the Cobb and Douglas public health departments. Little did anyone anticipate what 2020 would bring and the increased need for Cobb Collaborative’s “Mind Your Mind” mental health campaign.
A team of University of Georgia faculty in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences aims to provide Georgia couples with healthy relationship skills and financial guidance with the help of a five-year, $6.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Working under direct supervision of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the assistant CFO manages all GAFCP financial operations in compliance with GaFCP policies, written protocols, and funder requirements.
The Griffin Elks Lodge #1207, through their work with the Elks National Foundation, made a $3,500 donation to the Butts County Life Enrichment Team. L.E.T. is part of the Georgia Family Connection Collaborative working together to build a better Georgia.