A Picture of the Citizen Advocacy Program by Brittany Curry

A picture is worth 1,000 words! Thanks to Brittany Curry for this illustration rendering a picture of the citizen advocacy program.  We welcome new board members: Frederick Scott Fields, Daslin Garcon, and Stephen Plunk. They join ongoing board members: Chair Scott Cleaveland, Chair Elect Brittany Curry, Treasurer Clay Mobley, Secretary Robert Douberly, and members Tawana Garrett, Caroline Gregory, Avi Heyman,

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Game On – The NOT Oyster Roast at BC and Online Raffle

  Join us for our fundraiser take out food event and raffle. Sunday, February 21st from 4-6 pm at Benedictine School. Dinner tickets include BBQ, Chicken Fingers, Sides and Sweets Raffle Tickets can be purchased here for a variety of great items, get-aways and staycations!   Visit Raffle Here beginning Thursday, February 18th   Thanks to our sponsors thus far:

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What “Savings” Does a Citizen Advocacy Office Create?

A graphic of 2 citizen advocacy stories in Savannah

Brittany Curry of InkyBrittany recently delved into our archives and developed this graphic illustration from a piece written years ago by Tom Kohler. It’s still speaks to us and we hope it speaks to you. Let us know what you think. Does citizen advocacy save money? We sometimes get asked that question by folks who are considering offering their financial

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