A Georgia woman has been working for years to learn as much as she can about the Holocaust. She is hoping to preserve the stories of survivors, so that future generations never forget the unthinkable realities millions endured.
It is that time of year again, you can officially start filing your taxes beginning next week. As we head into tax season, it is good to know that you can take what can be an aggravating task and do something for someone else. The legislation creates a tax credit, for donations made to government-approved groups, supporting Georgia children aging out of foster care.
A Georgia nonprofit is bursting at the seams with donations. They are having to turn some donations away, simply because their building is too small, even though the need in the community for services, is growing by the week.
Not many liquor stores are excited about dry January but one business will probably be thriving. Atlanta’s first-ever alcohol-free bottle shop is open and business has been popping since opening its doors.