100 WOMEN CAMPAIGN
The 100 Women Campaign’s mission is an endeavor to bring together dynamic and accomplished Gordon County women who will support the Family Resource Center (FRC) of Gordon County in its mission to prevent child abuse in all of its forms. By participating in the 100 Women Campaign, you are saying YES to raising awareness and protecting children. Through money raised during this campaign, FRC Gordon will be able to expand its reach and provide more programs and services to families and children of Gordon County, thus making our mission a reality.
During the month of April 2017, Child Abuse Prevention Month, strive to raise money for FRC Gordon either as an individual, or make it a project amongst your friends, agency, or group(s), and say YES to children! Our total goal is to raise $20,000 during this campaign. This makes a goal of $200 per woman/group, but any amount helps and is greatly appreciated.
The Family Resource Center of Gordon County is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax deductible. Money collected can be delivered all at once or as it is collected. You can pledge your commitment to the 100 Women Campaign by calling 706-625-3311 or by emailing email@example.com. There will be a reception in May to celebrate the hard work and commitment of all participants. The individual or group raising the most money will be presented with a plaque at this event.
Your participation in the 100 Women Campaign will not only help ensure the success of FRC Gordon programs and services, it will assure the children and families of Gordon County that childhood shouldn’t have to hurt.
Will you join us and be a part of the 100 Women Campaign?
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Prevent Child Abuse Gordon County, Inc. does business as (DBA) Family Resource Center of Gordon County. The Family Resource Center is a non-profit corporation in the State of Georgia with a 501(c)(3) tax status. The Family Resource Center is a United Way agency. Support for the Family Resource Center comes from community and civic organizations, churches, individuals, corporations, local government, and state and federal grants.