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Membership in ICM is a tangible commitment to Georgia’s children and the work required to ensure they have the care and opportunities they need to live bright futures.JOIN US
DONATE $20, $200, OR $2,000 FOR 20 YEARS.
ICM is celebrating 20 years as a strong partner in advocacy for Georgia’s youth. Donate to our fundraiser to help us expand our impact. ICM’s uniqueness as an interfaith AND an issues-focused non-profit makes it a bridge to the worship communities of many faiths.
WE NEED YOUR INPUT ABOUT PUBLIC EDUCATION
ICM is part of Fund Georgia's Future, a coalition that works to create a just public educational system with fair and full funding, and wants to learn more about the state's K-12 public school funding system. You can help by sharing your perspective and experiences with public schools, whether it's as a student, parent, educator or community member. Your responses are greatly appreciated. Access survey here: http://bit.ly/FGFSurvey
Apply for the ICM Youth Alliance Academy for Social Justice
If you are or know of a youth ages 12 to 18 and have an interest in serving the beloved community, gaining foundational knowledge on social and justice issues, and learning how to advocate and mobilize. WE HAVE A PLACE FOR YOU!
The Importance of HB 163 and SB 42 & This Week's "Unsung Hero"
HB 163 would help 60,000-70,000 children get or keep healthcare.
Since the inaugural advocacy for PeachCare for Kids, access to health care for children remains a core ICM action area, and current legislation, HB 163, warrants attention.
Georgia Has One Of The Highest Rates Of Maternal Mortality In The Nation
Protect mothers by extending pregnancy Medicaid for women.
In 2020, the Georgia legislature passed, and Governor Kemp signed a bill extending pregnancy Medicaid coverage for eligible women to six months after giving birth.
Georgia, What Can We Do About Child Trafficking & About Educational Disparity During Virtual Learning?
Let’s ROAR together to protect children, victims of human trafficking, and disparate communities in the state by supporting SB33, SB34, HB177, and HB178, and by contacting your legislator and asking them to prioritize Georgia’s children by passing a budget reflective of the whole child!