Public vs. Private

Public vs. Private

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...
Program Changes for 2023

Program Changes for 2023

We’ve got some EXCITING updates to share with you! The 2022 GA Legislature passed GA HB 517 which amended the QEE Tax Credit law to: Raise the annual cap to $120 million Remove the sunset (roll-back) on the credit cap Increase taxpayer contribution limits to...
Young Kids Can Serve, Too!

Young Kids Can Serve, Too!

Serving others is best learned at an early age. Students who serve are generally happier, healthier, make better grades and are more compassionate. It can be a challenge to find opportunities for young kids to serve in the community, but it’s easy for young kids to...
“I was simply overwhelmed.”

“I was simply overwhelmed.”

“My son, Ari, has been on an IEP since he was 3 years old. He was diagnosed with Dyslexia, Specified Learning Disabilities, ADHD and ODD. We have been in the state of GA for 3 years now, and since 2nd grade his IEP has been failed multiple times. Meetings with...
More benefits for businesses

More benefits for businesses

After a rough 2020 and 2021, there’s some good news for businesses. There have always been benefits to giving to Student Scholarship Organizations. But, new rules have changed the game, and businesses stand to benefit. “There have been changes to federal...
Podcast features Learning to Serve

Podcast features Learning to Serve

Thank you to “The World and Everything In It” podcast for their coverage of Learning to Serve! Listeners across the world heard from Executive Director Mandy Hudson, as well as one of our scholarship recipients, Michael Rogers of Alpharetta. Michael shared...