2018 Early Start Breakfast a Success!
THANK YOU to all of our supporters, guests, and sponsors for making the Early Start Breakfast a success! This year’s event raised more than $90,000 to support Quality Care for Children’s critical 2-generation work supporting Georgia’s children and families.
We extend a sincere thank you to our keynote speaker, Alicia Philipp, and 2018 Early Learning Advocate Award Honoree, Jen Bennecke, for their leadership in our community and reminder of the life-changing impact philanthropy can have on so many children and families in Georgia. We hope it has become clear that EARLY philanthropic investments and quality EARLY learning opportunities generate the highest return for our children and communities.
We were also incredibly honored to hear directly from two Boost Scholarship recipients from Clayton State and Columbus State about the challenges of being a full-time student and parent of young children. We are so proud of your accomplishments and are excited to see you and your children succeed in your future endeavors!
Capital City Country Club in Brookhaven
53 West Brookhaven Drive, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
President of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
In recognition for her exceptional leadership in advancing early childhood education policies and programs that help Georgia’s families, communities, and workforce.
Robin Kirby, Director of Development