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.
Montgomery County Commissioner Brandon Braddy is looking to Census 2020 as a way to improve conditions for his struggling neighbors. He turned to Kristy Bennett, coordinator for Montgomery, Treutlen, and Wheeler counties—Tri-County Family Connection—to lead the organizing of efforts.
Proceeds from the Rome Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth’s 26th Annual Swing Fore Kids Golf Classic will help to offset the cost of the Floyd County Teen Maze and fund grants for nonprofit organizations, and other programs and events that support children and teens.
Perhaps the African proverb “It takes a village” takes on even more meaning when the village itself is struggling amid a public health crisis. Proving this to be true were business owners, volunteers, and school officials in Lumpkin County who found ways to help the community while facing their own COVID-related challenges.
Polk County’s Complete Count Committee—which includes county and city representatives, public health officials, local media, parents, and leaders from local schools, libraries, and churches—brainstormed new ways to promote the census, particularly in hard-to-reach neighborhoods.
The new Supporting Onsite Learning for Virtual Education (SOLVE) Program provides additional childcare funding options for students ages 5-12 whose school systems have opted for virtual-only learning models during the pandemic.
As of today, 27% of Georgians have still not responded and only 38 of Georgia’s counties are meeting their 2010 rate, which places Georgia 49th in the nation in total response. More than ever, we can see in the wake of this pandemic why the census matters.
When members of a community vote in elections, they increase civic health. More voting and more information about voting equals healthier, more supportive communities. And that means a better life for you and your family.