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SSEF After-School Program Receives Grant

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The After-School All-Stars initiative is based at Sandy Springs Charter Middle School and serves 175 students.

Sandy Springs Education Force After-School Program Receives Grant

Photo: From left to right, Suzanne Mitchell, SVP/HR; Irene Schweiger, SSEF Executive Director; Lorie Lewis, SSEF Chair; Lisa Whitfield, Business Development Specialist; Ava Wilensky, SSEF Communications Director; Julia Bernath and Rose Negretto, Assistant Branch Manager.

Sandy Springs Education Force’s After-School All-Stars program received a grant from the Delta Community Credit Union’s Philanthropic Fund.

After-School All-Stars, under the guidance of program partner Georgia State University Research Foundation, has six components: academic remediation and enrichment, sports and recreation, career development, technology, cultural enrichment and tutoring.

It runs five days a week from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Sandy Springs Charter Middle School. The initiative serves 175 students, 97 percent of whom are economically disadvantaged.

The Delta Community Credit Union Philanthropic Fund offers an annual grant-making program which provides financial support to nonprofit organizations whose purpose is to help families manage their household finances and improve the physical and financial well-being of young people.

The presentation was made at the Delta Community Credit Union’s Sandy Springs branch.

The Sandy Springs Education Force is the city’s leading educational organization dedicated to inspiring and supporting all Sandy Springs public school students to graduate and pursue productive lives beyond high school by providing educational and enrichment programs through community collaboratives.

For more information, visit the organization’s website.

 

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