This month, new notices for those focused on education for women and girls, healthcare for adults with disabilities, literacy services, running programs, social justice, aquatic environments, conflict resolution, community bicycling, and much more.
This month, new notices for nonprofits working to improve the criminal justice system for families, better the environment, help people with spinal cord injuries, advance justice for LGBTQ individuals, and more – plus government surplus donations of furniture, tools, and even vehicles.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as “a lack of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy life.” In Georgia, more than one in five children (21 percent) live in food insecure households; the national average is 18 percent. About one in seven Georgians (15.1 percent) don’t always know where they will find their next meal; the national average is 13 percent.
Note: This story was originally published by SaportaReport on October 1st, before Hurricane Michael formed.