Our brothers and sisters in Christ across Africa wrestle with tough issues like domestic violence, civil unrest and persecution. They are challenged with sex trafficking, HIV and AIDS, how to care for orphans and widows and gender inequality. Compounding the struggle is that 8 in 10 of their pastors and leaders lack even basic training on how to study, understand, and apply God’s Word to these hard issues. To think that Christian pastors face problems like this with no biblical training is a staggering reality. It leaves congregations vulnerable to false teaching, like the prosperity gospel, and ill-equipped to be salt and light in their communities.
This March 19th 2018 we celebrate our 14th 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.
APSC provides academic support, spiritual enrichment and growth opportunities to over 80 elementary-aged children during the academic year through its After School programs. APSC’s Summer Camps provide over 150 children with practical learning opportunities that focus on academic readiness and emotional maturity. The Book Buddies program, which began at APSC in early 2013, helps struggling readers achieve greater reading proficiency through 1-on-1 tutoring and personalized curricula. The primary motivation for establishing this golf event is the opportunity to increase the awareness of APSC and to expand the Book Buddies program and other academic enrichment offerings.
The Double “Q” Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization established to provide financial assistance for underprivileged children enabling them to attend summer diabetic camps in Indiana and to help educate them about their disease in a fun and healthy environment.
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.