SafeHomes Raising $3 Million For New Shelter, Office Building

June 20, 2014

SafeHomes, a nonprofit that intervenes to stop domestic violence, serves hundreds of women each year in Augusta and nine surrounding counties. On Thursday, it launched the public phase of a $3 million capital campaign to reach even more women…

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Safe Homes of Augusta Plans To Build Bigger Shelter For Domestic Violence Victims

May 28, 2014

Georgia and South Carolina have some of the highest reports of domestic violence in the country. Last year, Safe Homes of Augusta helped more than 800 people stuck in violent relationships. Now, they’ve got a plan in place to reach…

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The Power of the CEO/COO in Transforming Philanthropy

March 20, 2014

As I mention in an earlier blog post, I recently had the chance to attend the Alliance for Children & Families Senior Leadership Conference in Savannah, GA. It was a great conference with some amazing facilitators conducting…

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Transitioning To Success

March 10, 2014

A few weeks ago I was fortunate to attend the Alliance for Children & Families Senior Leadership Conference in Savannah, GA. It was my first time attending, and I was humbled to learn about the Alliance and the impressive…

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Rainbow Village

Duluth, Georgia-based Rainbow Village has been providing transitional housing to homeless families with children for 23 years. In 2008, the organization’s leadership determined it was time to significantly expand their mission … with a goal of tripling the number of families they serve.

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Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC)

The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) is the principal agency in Orange County, N.C., for mobilizing the community to address homelessness, hunger, and economic disparity. One of the main focuses for IFC is operating the Community House, the county’s only 24-hour residential facility for homeless men.

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