Georgia State University’s School of Social Work requests proposals from Atlanta area nonprofits and agencies to have second-year MSW students work with them on a community project. These projects would involve groups of four students that partner with an organization to plan, implement and evaluate a community project.
This month, over fifteen member organizations were recipients of grants from The Georgia Council for the Arts. Find out who they are, along with other highlights from GCN members, inside!
Ronald McDonald House Charities has revised its grant strategy to focus on sustainable, replicable projects that include a train-the-trainer component to advance its mission to address the most pressing issues related to children's health and well being.
Elizabeth will be based in GCN’s coastal office, and will be focused on supporting the southern coastal nonprofit community by establishing effective strategic relationships, leading initiatives, and facilitating GCN member services.
To highlight the summer issue of Georgia Nonprofit NOW magazine and our feature on nonprofit HR practices, “How to find, prepare, grow and engage your people," we wanted to know what fuels our awesome nonprofit leaders throughout their day. As individuals we all need something a little more personal to fuel our day-to-day work. For us, we love granola bars, popcorn and our great view of Centennial Park!