By Bre West, President, The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. For the first time in more than 100 years, people worldwide are painstakingly adjusting to a new reality as we emerge from self-isolation in a “semi” post-quarantine era. Many of us are reeling as we try to put food on the table, maintain flexible employment… Read More
When The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA) celebrated its 100 years of service to the Atlanta community in 2017, it awarded three grants worth a total of $1 million to Atlanta nonprofits. The goal was for these grants to be transformational, prioritize collaboration and innovation that would dramatically impact the organizations work and on… Read More
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Generational poverty occurs in families where at least two generations have been born into poverty. Unlike situational poverty, which occurs when someone experiences a sudden change in circumstances (job, illness, divorce, etc.), generational poverty is part of a cycle that is often incredibly hard to break out of.
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