Social Enterprise

The Georgia Community Action Association understands that in the fight against poverty, education is an essential tool.

In 2011, in the midst of a challenged economy, Georgia CAAs helped 2192 low income individuals find employment and an additional 873 completed their GED/ ABE and received their diploma/certificate. Without the basic tools such as, education and employability training and affordable childcare, many people find the road to self sufficiency illusive. In Georgia, there are 20 Community Action Agencies that are leading the cause in providing opportunities and empowerment tools to strengthen low income families. Our goal is simple…we will continue to fight poverty and empower Georgians until every low income family in the state of Georgia is self sufficient. We are Community…the real change agents in Georgia.