We have a large family and couldn’t afford private school. Learning to Serve helped us bridge the gap financially.
His school has given him a great, diverse experience which has helped him become more confident in himself. His teachers love and support him.
“We weren’t expecting to have two small kids at this time in our life,” she says. “But, the good Lord sent us two foster children that we fell in love with and decided to adopt.”
We were watching our beautiful girl become a shell of who God made her to be. We knew that we needed more people pouring into her and affirming the person that she was.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds recently signed a bill that was a big win for school choice.
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National School Choice Week is January 22-28, 2023. Check out your school choice options in Georgia!
Recently, I went to the bank to deposit a check we received from a really generous partner. The teller read the name of our organization and wanted to know all about what we do. Of course, I was happy to tell him. Then, he asked me this question: “So, if you take a...
The 2023 GA Legislative Session resulted in some BIG changes to the QEE Tax Credit Program. Read more here!
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