PCA Georgia Ambassador Program

Join PCA Georgia's Ambassadors as they support the Prevent Child Abuse Georgia mission to create happy, healthy and thriving families.

PCA Georgia Ambassador Program

Prevent Child Abuse Georgia works to PREVENT child abuse and strengthen families through education, awareness and advocacy.

Prevent Child Abuse (PCA) Georgia is pleased to add a new cohort of Ambassadors to amplify its mission across the state. 

PCA Georgia’s Ambassador Program is engaging emerging leaders in a 10-month-long cohort to help promote child abuse prevention and strengthen families in their communities. 

Through educational workshops and hands-on experiences,  Ambassadors are gaining leadership skills to positively impact the lives of children and families across the state.

The 2023-24 cohort includes young professionals and community members looking to gain knowledge and skills to make a difference. As part of the experience, PCA Ambassadors are charged with raising funds to support PCA Georgia's initiatives. 

They need your help to meet their fundraising goals. This program aligns with PCA Georgia's belief every child is filled with tremendous promise and we have a shared responsibility to foster their potential by:

    •    Raising awareness,

    •    Connecting families to critical supports, and

    •    Embedding family-friendly policies and practices in our communities and systems.

TOGETHER, we can prevent child abuse from ever occurring.

Your contributions will enable us to serve families and professionals statewide with meaningful programs that strengthen families and cultivate community resilience.

These funds directly support Prevent Child Abuse Georgia's initiatives such as Find Help Georgia and various child abuse prevention training for professionals and communities.  

Learn more about Prevent Child Abuse Georgia's work at www.PCAGeorgia.org.

Contributions made through this project to support the operational costs of Prevent Child Abuse Georgia will be processed by the Georgia State University Foundation.