NGF Receives Grant from Perimeter Church

August 3, 2017 – Cumming, GA – Next Generation Focus (NGF) has received a $20,000 grant from Perimeter Church.  The incoming funding will support NGF’s expansion of SmarterMe® Academy and Summer Program in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

SmarterMe® Programs aim to help PreK-8 students from low-income families who are significantly behind in reading and math in their respective classes.  SmarterMe® Programs provide students with subsidized tutoring on reading, mathematics, and other grade-appropriate subjects; students also participate in STEM enrichment activities.  During the SmarterMe® Academy Program students attend sessions four times a week, on weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings during the school year.  During SmarterMe® Summer Program students attend classes during the summer months to retain what they have learned during the school year.

“We are grateful for the support from Perimeter Church.  Its grant will supplement our efforts in enrolling more students in Gwinnett County into the SmarterMe® Programs,” said Amy Sol, the Executive Director of NGF.  “Next Generation Focus has had a long-standing partnership with Perimeter Church.  We look forward to working with them more closely in the future.”


About Perimeter Church

Perimeter Church is in Johns Creek, Georgia.  It is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America and has between 4,000 to 5,000 members.  Reverend Randy Pope is the lead pastor.  The church’s vision is “to make and deploy mature and equipped followers of Christ for the sake of Family, Community and Global Transformation.”

About Next Generation Focus

Next Generation Focus (NGF) is a public charity that is exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Its focus is in providing deserving children the opportunity to participate in educational programs and other life-enrichment activities in which they may not otherwise have access to due to financial restraints. Our enrichment and educational programs include an early literacy program to help children who are struggling with reading and a program to help students with college application essays. We also provide financial assistance to students to participate in enrichment programs offered by school clubs such as sports, music, and art. NGF partners with schools to identify eligible children. You can find more information about our SmarterMe® programs here.  All management and staff at NGF are passionate about helping children.  If you would like to donate time or money, please contact us.

Media Contact:
Amy Sol, Executive Director
Phone number: (678) 807-9NGF


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