Getting ahead of GAgives on #GivingTuesday: Planning advice from top campaigners

We’ve often heard GAgives participants discuss the incomparable value of starting their campaign planning far ahead of #GivingTuesday itself. (After all, Nov. 27 will be here before you know it!) For more details, we asked a group of campaign leaders in development and communications: What are the most important first steps for getting your #GivingTuesday campaign planning off to a strong start?
 

 

In the age of family separation, Georgia's immigrants face new barriers

Friday, July 6, 2018
| by Guest Contributor |

This June, thousands of people marched in support of immigrant families in Atlanta, while advocates gathered for simultaneous rallies across the state in Athens, Augusta, Brunswick, Dalton, Lawrenceville, Lumpkin, Savannah, and Valdosta. Family separation at the U.S. southern border is only one part of a host of recent changes to immigration policy. As the national spotlight turns to immigration, Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN) wants you to understand the impact here in Georgia and what you can do to help.

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