The Georgia Compassion Project is a private, non-operating foundation. We are a granting organization focused on supporting organizations that deliver services to individuals and animals in distress. We will no longer be updating this website on a regular basis.
Volunteer at the TOUR Championship Golf Tournament – Free Admission –
Help Save Animals from Abuse!
We need your help at the TOUR Championship, September 19-23 at East
Lake Golf Club. In exchange for helping our charity organization staff
a concession tent, selling food and drinks to the spectators, you’ll
receive free admission to watch the tournament on the day of your
volunteer shift! You’ll also be helping to raise much-needed funds for
Ahimsa House, Georgia’s only nonprofit organization dedicated to
helping pets and their owners reach safety from domestic violence
To see available shifts and learn how to sign up, visit:
So happy to be with Children’s Restoration Network today packing school supplies for homeless children.
Hey friendos, if you have some time head on over to WSB Studios today and donate some school supplies:
Here we are with Maya Gupta, the Executive Director of Ahimsa House.
I want to share some great news with you. As we continue to grow and learn about the world of not-for-profit, we began to realize that while we are still committed to our original vision of providing arts and other activities to support our themes of compassion and movement, we also have the ability to help organizations that show great compassion to the world around us in other ways.
One such organization is Ahimsa House. Ahimsa House addresses the following crisis:
“Nearly 50% of individuals delay escaping the abuse because of concern about their pets. Ahimsa House provides emergency pet safehousing, veterinary care, pet-related safety planning, legal advocacy, a 24-hour crisis line, outreach programs, and other services to help the human and animal victims of domestic violence across Georgia reach safety together”
You can read more about Ahimsa House here: ahimsahouse.org. I think it is fair to say that you can tell a lot about a civilized society by how it treats the animals under its care. We have come a long, long way, but the fact that we need organizations like Ahimsa House still mean we have a ways to go.
At the beginning of the year, Ahimsa House was going to have to shut down their 24/7 emergency service due to funding cuts from the State of Georgia. I am proud to let you all know that the Georgia Compassion Project was able to help them cover the shortfall. The 24/7 emergency service will continue to operate throughout 2012 and be able to provide this important and compassionate service for the foreseeable future.
Lot’s more going on this year, stay tuned, it is going to be a great year.