Where We Serve
Georgia … it’s a country of almost four million people situated at the intersection of Eastern Europe and Asia. Once part of the former Soviet Union, it is now an independent country and important strategic ally to the U.S.
Georgia for Georgia serves in the western region of Georgia – very rural and one of the poorest parts of the country. When the Soviets left in 1991, they demolished once-thriving factories, leaving most residents to rely on small family farms for income. Residents survive by selling fruits or vegetables that they grow or by bartering services.
A K-12 school with 120 students. Almost all families are below the poverty line.
A Preschool – 12th grade school with 160 students, 25 of whom live at the school.
A Special Needs residential school for children throughout the western region.