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GCC 2017 Highlights

March’s Bethel Literacy Program with Dunta Williams GCC Members Enjoy time with community and commissioners at Envision AthensGCC Member Latasha Sheets on a community panel concerning PTSD in children GCC’s President, Gwen Littleton, participating in Envision Athens 20 Year PlanNakamia Stovall’s mingles with Shirley Sherrod and husband, Charles Sherrod.   February Bethel Literacy …

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Contact Us!

104 Marietta Street NW, Suite 250, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (800) 498-9469 (404) 206-5175 info@georgiaclientscouncil.org Facebook: Georgia Clients Council Twitter: GClientsCouncil Please follow and like us:

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Join GCC

For more information or to join the Georgia Clients Council, please complete Georgia Clients Council, INC. 104 Marietta St. NW. Suite 250. Atlanta GA. 30303-2743 1-800-498-9469 or 404-463-1952 Website: georgiaclientscouncil.org   Name:     ________________________________________________________   Address: ________________________________________________________   Phone:       ________________________________________________________     Membership Fees   Individual Membership                                            $15.00     ____ Skilled Advocacy …

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What We Do!

Georgia Clients Council in partnership with Georgia Legal Services and other allies work directly and indirectly on issues impacting poverty have thirty-three years of accomplishments: Educate communities on state and federal programs for low income recipients Secured more than seven million dollars in community development block grant funding for housing, …

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement: “Empowering” low income people through education and training to create positive changes in their lives and in their communities. The Georgia Clients Council (GCC) is the oldest statewide non-profit grassroots organization led by low-moderate income leaders. While the Georgia Clients Council has membership statewide, the Clients Council serves …

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