Publications & Research Archive

Voices for Georgia’s Children Welcomes New Fundraising and Communications Director

Children’s advocacy not-for-profit Voices for Georgia’s Children announced today that Joi Hunter, a seasoned fundraising and grant-management professional whose not-for-profit career has focused on creating opportunities for disadvantaged children, has joined Voices as the group’s...

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How Early Learning Impacted Me – Junior League of Atlanta

By Rebekah Henry Murphy 2017-2018 President, The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. I say I’m one of the lucky ones.  I grew up in a family of educators.  My father recently retired as a superintendent after 42 years in Georgia public schools.  My maternal grandmother was a Pre-K teacher, my...

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How Early Learning Impacted Me – Sheltering Arms

By Blythe Robinson President and CEO, Sheltering Arms When I think about Ms. Cathy at Westmore Day Nursery, I distinctly remember things like sitting “criss-cross apple sauce” during story time. I remember where we used to eat and where we took naps on our cots. I even remember Ms. Cathy’s...

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2017 Big Voice Awards

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2017 Big Voice Awards

MEET OUR HONOREES Please extend your congratulations to our official 2017 Big Voice Honorees, and join us for our annual celebration this year on Friday, August 25th at 6 pm. (add to calendar). Every dollar we raise at Big Voice will support the work we do here at Georg read...

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Voices for Georgia’s Children Announces New Executive Director

Dr. Erica Fener-Sitkoff to assume leadership July 1 ATLANTA, GA (June 9, 2017) – Children’s advocacy not-for-profit Voices for Georgia’s Children announced today that Emily Pelton, who has served as executive director for the past two years, is stepping down to pursue a new role at CARE....

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Deal forms Commission on Children’s Mental Health

Governor Nathan Deal announced this week the creation of the Commission on Children’s Mental Health. The commission is tasked with providing recommendations to improve mental health services for children and includes health care experts, state leaders, and children’s advocates from...

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GA-CALL! – Helping Georgia Help Children: How Federal Dollars are Used by the State

A big thank you for coming out for our latest GA-CALL! about how federal dollars are used by the state to help children. We hope the event was as insightful for you as it was for us. We’d also like to thank our incredible presenters and panelists: Governor’s Office of Planning and...

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Four Georgia Nonprofits Receive $1.45 Million to Help Georgia’s Youngest Children Eat Farm-Fresh Food

(ATLANTA, GA) June 2, 2017 – Through a new national investment, four partner organizations are launching an effort to promote access to local, healthy foods for young children in Georgia’s early learning environments.  The statewide public-private partnership will be led by The Common Market...

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Why Medicaid Matters to Georgia

Healthcare has been the center of much discussion during the last few weeks. Whether you agree or disagree with the politics and conversations surrounding it, this is a conversation worth having, because healthcare is big and complicated and touches everyone. Here at Voices, we love well-informed...

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