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Georgia Authorities Indict 14 Individuals for Running a Sham Charity

NonProfit PRO

The state’s attorney general is alleging charity fraud and claiming Georgia Peach Youth Club of America Inc. was run by a subset of a well-known Los Angeles street gang, using the charity as human trafficking ring for more than three years.

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2023 Rising Star: William Jackson

NonProfit PRO

This year’s NonProfit PRO Rising Star Award recognizes William Jackson, membership coordinator at New Georgia Project Action Fund, who has proven he is up for the challenge. To not only succeed but excel in a new role is a challenging feat.

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Jimmy Carter’s Memorabilia Raises $2.8 Million

The NonProfit Times

Thompson might seem an unlikely individual to be in Carter’s orbit, but he had admired the then-governor of Georgia since Carter’s 1974 “Law Day” speech at the University of Georgia School of Law. Aix silkscreen prints from artist Ralph Steadman, who frequently collaborated with Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson, pulled in $50,000.

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Q&A with sgLEADERS: Dwight Dozier, Georgia Tech Foundation

Connection Cafe

Dozier, CIO of the Georgia Tech Foundation. Q: What accomplishment are you most proud of as CIO of the Georgia Tech Foundation? Additionally, I am also proud in the role that newly introduced technologies have played in equipping the Georgia Tech Foundation to address future and strategic growth.

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Seniors Learn to Use Tablets in Georgia — TechSoup Local Impact Map Profile

Tech Soup

The Blue Hair Technology Group in Johns Creek, Georgia (northeast of Atlanta), is educating senior citizens to use new technologies like tablet computers and Facebook so they can keep in touch. The program now conducts classes in multiple senior centers in central Georgia, replicating that success. Is back to school just for kids?

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Seniors Learn to Use Tablets in Georgia — TechSoup Local Impact Map Profile

Tech Soup

The Blue Hair Technology Group in Johns Creek, Georgia (northeast of Atlanta), is educating senior citizens to use new technologies like tablet computers and Facebook so they can keep in touch. The program now conducts classes in multiple senior centers in central Georgia, replicating that success. Is back to school just for kids?

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Nucleus named Data Analytics Solution of the Association Laboratory Research Alliance

Nucleus

Association Laboratory Research Alliance members: American Association of Medical Society Executives (AAMSE) Association Forum AMC Institute Council of Engineering and Scientific Society Executives (CESSE) Global Association Hubs Partnership India Association Congress Philippine Council of Associations and Association Executives State Societies, including: (..)

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