The Georgia State Assembly Foundation was established in 2017
with an initial donation from the GASA Board of Directors. The Foundation receives money from our marketing table income at meetings, as well as from hospital and vendor table rent at our meetings. Since its inception, the GASA Foundation has donated almost $7,000 to worthy causes.
The Foundation sponsors a charity project in the local area of each meeting. Our projects have included:
- City of Refuge Athens
- The Haven battered women's and children's shelter in Valdosta
- Gwinnett County Veteran's Resource Center in Lawrenceville
- Savannah Center for Blind & Low Vision
- Genesis Joy House female veterans homeless shelter in Warner Robins
- Home Port transitional housing for homeless veterans in Macon
The GASA Foundation occasionally provides its members with a measure of assistance in the event of a natural disaster, tragedy, or medical emergency. Click here to read the criteria and qualifications for assistance, as well as the application for assistance.