Piedmont Walton Gives $1,500 Sponsorships to Local High School Athletic Programs

Piedmont Walton Hospital recently donated more than $10,000 to local high school athletic departments. Walnut Grove High School, Loganville High School, George Walton Academy, Trinity Prep School, Monroe Area High School, Social Circle High School and Loganville Christian Academy each received a sponsorship check in the amount of $1,500 to support the schools’ sports programs. […]

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ClassWallet Selected To Support Reopening Schools Program In Georgia

Participating Georgia Schools to Receive Share of Up to $50 Million in Federal American Rescue Plan Grant Funds from the CDC to Offset Direct and Indirect Costs of COVID-19 Testing ClassWallet will distribute grants from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to schools in Georgia that are voluntarily opting into the Epidemiology Laboratory Capacity (ELC) Reopening […]

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Wells Fargo Donates Nearly $8 Million to Habitat for Humanity to Support Affordable Homeownership in the U.S.

Wells Fargo announced it is donating $7.75 million to Habitat for Humanity through its Wells Fargo BuildsSM program to increase housing affordability across the U.S. The grant will fund home builds, critical home repairs, and help address the historic gaps in Black homeownership. “Far too many people across the country are facing housing instability and Wells Fargo is committed to […]

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Georgia Awarded $15 Million in GEER Funds to Address Learning Gaps Caused by COVID-19

Governor Brian P. Kemp announced the availability of $15 million in Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) funds to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Georgia to advance student academic achievement by addressing learning recovery and other critical needs of youth brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, $15 million will be awarded to serve 9,000 […]

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Georgia Power Announces $75 Million Investment in Racial Equity and Social Justice Efforts

250 employees to engage in dedicated mentoring initiative. Georgia Power today announced the company and the Georgia Power Foundation are committing to invest $15 million annually from 2021-2025, $75 million over the five-year period, to help advance racial equity and social justice efforts in Georgia. The social justice funding supports initiatives focused on education equity, criminal justice and economic empowerment. […]

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