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CARING FOR OUR COMMUNITY

Caribbean Association of Georgia focuses on enhancing the quality of life of society’s most vulnerable, by providing necessary services to the Georgia and Caribbean community. We are committed to also playing a catalytic role in educating, enlightening, empowering, encouraging, inspiring, and informing others

 

 

New Memberships and Renewals can be made by done online here OR Mail payment and application to: 

Caribbean Association of Georgia, Inc.

  PO Box 1386

  McDonough, GA. 30253

678-902-4224

RESIDENT ALIEN

$5.00 donation on line and $35 cltv.  Snacks are provided

MY DAD & ME CAG FATHERS DAY PAINT PARTY

Snacks and drinks are provided

Mental Health@ 7pm

June 15th at 7pm Please join via zoom

 

 

 

Mental Health @ 1pm

I am not acting, this is my behavior

 CAG IN THE COMMUNITY 

DAD AND ME FATHERS DAY PAINTING

$35 FOR FATHER AND ONE CHILD $50 FOR FATHER AND TWO CHILDREN. LET'S CELEBRATE FATHERS

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CAG Inc. Joins Forces with Local Organizations to Help the People of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Following Devastating Violent Volcanic Eruptions

Beginning this Saturday, April 17th, 2021 at Caribbean Life TV Studios, 6254 Stone Mountain Hwy, Suite C, Stone Mountain, GA 30083 from 10a.m.- 2p.m., CAG will host the first of two-donation drop-off and packing events. The event also feature live music from Atlanta Radio Personality, DJ Chigga. Another event planned for later this will month on Saturday, April 24 th will take place at Golden Krust Caribbean Restaurant at 315 Jonesboro Road in McDonough, GA 30253 from 10a.m.- 2p.m.

 

The donation drives will directly benefit the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines which lies just west of Barbados and south of St. Lucia in the Caribbean Sea. Residents of St. Vincent near the red zone the area closest to the volcano, have been inundated with heavy blankets of ash, volcanic rock and lava that have been spewing from the La Soufriere volcano since the most recent eruptions began on April 9 th . A full-on humanitarian crisis has unfolded in the middle of a global pandemic hastening the effort to meet the needs of 16,000 people affected by the natural disaster. Current estimates point to more than 3,000 people forced into shelters and even more forced to seek shelter with family and friends away from the red zone.

 

 

 

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