An organization working to educate and bring awareness to financial literacy.
ABOUT JACOR FOUNDATION
Jones Area Council of Relief (JACOR) Foundation, Inc.
A privately funded 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization.
An organization founded in Jones County, working to enhance our region.
An organized and concentrated effort that offers assistance and partners with other nonprofits and civic organizations.
A clearinghouse for assistance services and help in Middle Georgia.
A Christian organization.
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To become the hands and feet of Jesus Christ through a coordinated county-wide emergency assistance program to the people of Jones County and Middle Georgia through counseling, food, clothing, financial aid and direction to available community resources.
To help remove the physical needs so that the spiritual needs can be met.
As humans we concentrate on the weakness of our situations and not the power of our Savior.
God will help us to show our faith by good works in an attempt to offer Christ to the World.
The King will reply, I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me… Matthew 25:34-40
News & Updates
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We are grateful for the opportunity to teach financial literacy lessons to the Macon Conference Christian Debutante Master Commission (CDMC).
This is an example of how much money you can accumulate by investing $25 – $250 over 5 – 18 years. I hope you will implement this tip.
Sean Cunningham, an economics teacher at Ben Bolt-Palito Blanco High School in Alice, Texas recently used our latest resource in the classroom.
In July we recognize Military Consumer Month. During this month, we strive to increase awareness of financial readiness for servicemembers, veterans, and their families.
JACOR contacted Senator Warnock to inform him of the importance of financial literacy and determine if he was aware of any additional programs or services to assist with the need.
High school students in Georgia will soon have guaranteed access to a personal finance course before they graduate.