The mission of The AAAG is to empower all people and communities with the toolsnecessary in achieving success in their families, ﬁnances, education, spiritual development, business and personal growth by helping one another through the talents, skills and knowledge of other people of color.
Uniting People Together
Approximately 20% or more residents in the State of Georgia qualify for assistance from The AAAG, Inc. Our client base is low-income individuals, families and youth, (i.e. high school dropouts, juveniles) who need our help to prepare them for life. Nearly 75% of those served by the program are children. For a variety of reasons, it is estimated that the number of children who need services from The AAAG, Inc. will increase significantly during the next five years.
Metro Atlanta and surrounding counties are growing, due in part to new families entering the area seeking employment. A number of programs exist to help these new families transition into the area. The AAAG is an important resource – we can respond quickly with more of the services and personnel these families need. Our services improve the ability of families to care for their children and achieve goals of self-sufficiency.
Investing now in the development and growth of the services The AAAG offers will reap large benefits as compared to the cost of ignoring the problems of our youth endemic in our state and the negative influences that impact our health, education, public safety, economic development and overall quality of life for the entire community.
AAAG, Inc. is a tax-exempt not-for-profit youth organization that serves metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia and surrounding cities in the Southeast region.
Our goal is to divert our youth from criminal and gang activity, homelessness, drug use and other negative behavioral patterns by providing practical, safe and productive alternatives.
•Establish a network with the city, county, state and federal government in the State of Georgia.
•Establish youth education/sports complex that will employ “at risk” youth and adults.
•Collect food for creation of food bank in the first year of operation. Increase collection amount by 20% each year.
•Distribute our services to low-income families that make up over 20% of the State of Georgia.
•Acquire approximately $70 Million of start-up funding through corporate, private charities, individual and government financial support.
•Raise additional monies through fundraising activities.
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