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  • Who We Are

    The Augusta Partnership for Children, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit collaborative that partners with agencies, organizations and individuals to improve the lives of children and families in Augusta-Richmond County. The collaborative represents business; government; education; health care, faith-based, social service and youth organizations; and private citizens.

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  • History

    The Augusta Partnership for Children, Inc. originated in 1985, as the Augusta Coalition for Children and Youth (ACCY). The ACCY was an advocacy group consisting of the medical community, legal community, social workers, dental and health workers and concerned citizens determined to do something to support the needs of children who were victims of abuse. Thus, together they established our shelter for abused children. This group did not have a staff nor did they provide direct services. However, the ACCY identified the needs of children and brought people together who could potentially meet those needs. They also created a collective vision in regard to our children and youth.

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  • The Consortium

    The Augusta Partnership for Children, Inc. brings consumers and organizations together to make decisions locally about what works best in terms of addressing the needs of children and families in our community. Together, these individuals and organizations make up a consortium that is comprised of a Board of Trustees and Membership Council.

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  • Board of Trustees

    The APC Board of Trustees consist of 26 members from our Membership Council and local businesses, civic organizations and community advocates. Out of the 26 seats, there are eight that are reserved for representatives from the Richmond County Department of Family and Children Services, Richmond County Board of Education, Department of Juvenile Justice, Mental Health, East Central Regional Health Department, local government, faith community, and consumers of services.

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