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Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Community
  • Environment
  • Faith-Based
  • Justice & Legal


2807 WASHINGTON ROAD STE B-259AUGUSTA, GA 30909 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To strive for 100% Citizen Participation in the democratic system of informed voting, support for the disabled, care for the earth, and social activism as a community service organization"


Initially, the Augusta’s Interfaith Coalition only concerned itself with understanding and teaching the voters the importance and significance of the Augusta-Richmond County Mayoral Position and Responsibility. We began promoting and working on strategies to achieve 100% Voters’ participation in the elections and involvement in the Office of Mayor and its responsibilities under the new charter of the Consolidated Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia Government. The Augusta’s Interfaith Coalition community advocacy tools included the following: 1. Voters Registration,2.Absentee Voting, 3. Forums, 4. Telephone Operations, 5. ROBO Calling, 6. Mailing Campaigns, 7. Flyers and Poster Boards Printing, and Distribution, 8. Transportation to the polls early voting and on Election Day, 9. Poll and Precinct Workers, 10. Radio and TV Advertisements - PSA's, 11. Neighborhood Canvassing 12. Motorcade - Rallies - Celebrations, 13. Get-Out-To Vote Luncheons and Rallies, and 14. Social Media Communications.

In 2020, the Augusta’s Interfaith Coalition became the Greater Augusta’s Interfaith Coalition in order to better represent the 18 County operations.


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