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Afterschool and summer learning programs need passionate supporters across Georgia to advocate for increased awareness and support at the federal, state, and local levels. We must advance, connect, and support high quality afterschool and summer learning programs to promote the success of youth throughout Georgia.

Advocacy vs. Lobbying Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

Legislator Site Visit Toolkit Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

Find Your Legislator Georgia General Assembly

Afterschool for All Challenge Afterschool Alliance

Engaging Elected Officials At Summer Meals Sites Webinar No Kid Hungry Center for Best Practices

Summer Meals Outreach Resource Toolkit No Kid Hungry Center for Best Practices

Tools for Effective Advocacy Bolder Advocacy

Know the Legislative Process and Players Center for Lobbying in the Public Interest

Every Day Advocacy Resources National Council of Nonprofits

Expanding Afterschool Opportunities Action Tool Kit National League of Cities

This action kit illustrates how municipal leaders can craft a strategy to expand afterschool opportunities, and in the process, advance the goals of public safety, academic achievement, and youth development in their communities.

Supporting Student Learning with ESSER Funding Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

A tool to encourage LEAs to consider how ESSER funds may be used for afterschool and summer learning programs to support student learning.

Holistic Ways ESSER Funds Can Combat Learning Loss Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

A framework for holistic ways ESSER Funds can be used to address learning loss.

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