Chosen Vision was founded by a group of individuals who were interested in establishing a group home for developmentally disabled adults that would meet their social and emotional needs. The organization was officially incorporated as a non-profit organization with the state of Michigan on July 26, 1991. Through the commitment of many volunteers and board members, and the generous contributions of a core of donors, the original goal to develop a home for developmentally disabled adults became a reality in the year 2001.
This March 30th 2020 we celebrate our 16th Annual Ironman 100. Yes, you read that correctly and it is to your credit that we have achieved over a decade of lifesaving work! Together at Parkland Golf and Country Club we will be able to play loads of golf on this gorgeous private course with a constant supply of golf balls, free meals and snacks. It is a golf heaven where every dollar of your participation benefits the Ganley Foundation. Participation may include your attendance and/or sponsorship.
Each golfer will have their own fundraising page—once registered on this site—and has a minimum goal to raise $2,500 ($25 per hole) or a maximum of… it is up to you! Youth Dynamics engages today’s youth culture head-on by offering relevant and powerful life-changing opportunities. We connect youth to authentic community and caring adults. We challenge youth to step out of their comfort zone and fall in love with God and His creation. We offer leadership opportunities and the kind of adventures youth are born to experience. Most importantly, we invite them to know and follow Christ.
Good Samaritan Health Center of Cobb, a 501(c)3 non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center, opened its doors in 2006 with a vision of providing affordable quality healthcare to those in need. Good Sam Cobb provides medical, dental and pharmacy services to the underserved, and often uninsured and below the poverty line, populations of Cobb County and the Greater Atlanta Metropolitan area.