39 Days of IDEAS | Day 11: Bringing Teens to the Table

“We realized that, if we want to end child sex trafficking, we had to stop talking about kids and start talking to them,” says youthSpark...

“We realized that, if we want to end child sex trafficking, we had to stop talking about kids and start talking to them,” says youthSpark Program Coordinator Allison Hood.

39 Days of IDEAS | Day 7: Creating a Macon mega-jam

The Macon Film Festival, a 4-day series held before now each February, will partner with the Bragg Jam Music, Arts, and Kids Festival to...

Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the Macon Film Festival (MaGa) decided it was time for a change: beginning in 2015, the 4-day series held before now each February will partner with the Bragg Jam Music, Arts, and Kids Festival to create a ten-day mega-event in the middle of July.

39 Days of IDEAS | Day 6: Quality childcare a tap away

Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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Quality Care for Children, the first and only statewide resource helping families find affordable, quality child care, made that service smartphone-accessible with a free...

With their toll-free All Georgia Kids hotline (1-877-ALL-GA-KIDS) and a user-friendly website at allgakids.org, Quality Care for Children became the first and only statewide resource helping families find affordable, quality child care. 

39 Days of IDEAS | Day 1: Welcoming shoppers to their new market

Wednesday, September 3, 2014
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The germ for Georgia Organics’ big new idea came, like so much else does, from farmers. “Farmers told us the customer base at their farmers...

Teaming up with Spitfire Strategies, Georgia Organics conducted a nationwide study that identified several common causes holding potential customers back: “From not knowing about the market at all, to people not realizing that they could get all their grocery shopping done there,” said Moore, potential customers were generally under-informed.

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