Help Georgia's Children

can improve childhood literacy.

Statistics show that children not reading on grade level by the fourth grade are more likely to end up in prison or on welfare. Spending just 30 minutes a week working one-on-one with a child can change this.

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Get Involved

Want to know how you can get involved with Mission Georgia efforts towards improving childhood literacy throughout Georgia? Get started below:

  • 1 Download the Read Georgia Manual
  • 2 Start a Read Georgia team in your church
  • 3 Partner with a school in your area

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Want to dive deeper into the issue?


48 out of 100 children in Georgia public schools are not reading at grade level.


You must be an educator to make a significant difference in a child’s ability to read.


You only need to know how to read and be willing to give 30 minutes a week or reading activities with a child to make a difference.

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Support childhood literacy in Georgia

Mission Georgia is a year-round initiative.

While churches give emphasis to the Mission Georgia Offering in September, you can donate anytime.