Georgia Healthy Family Alliance Director of Philanthropy Shares Impact of Community Health Grant Program with Rotary Clubs

Georgia Healthy Family Alliance Director of Philanthropy, Amy Turner, is attending Rotary Club meetings across the state to share information on the impact of the Alliance’s nationally-recognized Community Health Grant program, Tar Wars and our Capital Campaign.

Ms. Turner attended the Habersham Rotary Club on April 5th and is scheduled to speak at the Rome Rotary Club on April 19th where she will present a check to recent community health grant recipient Faith and Deeds Community Clinic for their Log It, Learn It, Let’s Stay Healthy Project. She will also speak to the Hall County Rotary Club on May 1st and is currently scheduling additional meetings in communities across the state.

The Alliance seeks to partner with Rotary Clubs to find funding to allow for more grants in communities. If you are a Rotarian and would like to have Amy attend your meeting to share the excellent work Georgia family physicians are doing across the state email or call (404) 321-7445.

Since launching the Community Health Grant Program in 2012, GHFA has awarded 45 projects more than $198,245 in grant funds to GAFP member-sponsored projects that support GHFA priorities including underserved populations and outreach programs that promote healthy practices consistent with the principles of Family Medicine. The application deadline for second 2018 award cycle is May 14, 2018.

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