Get Comfortable 2021 launches this month! Click here to learn how you can get involved.

“We very often fail to think as carefully about helping others as we could, mistakenly believing
that applying data and rationality to a charitable endeavor
robs the act of virtue.”
-William MacAskill, Doing Good Better


 

Why start in DeKalb?

 

59% of children in DeKalb reside in communities with a low Well-Being score.

59% of children in DeKalb reside in communities with a low Well-Being score.

Only 1% of the children of refugees can access post-secondary education.

Only 1% of the children of refugees can access post-secondary education.

Clarkston, Georgia is considered the most diverse square mile in the United States.

Clarkston, Georgia is considered the most diverse square mile in the United States.

More than 130,000 DeKalb County residents are currently food insecure.

More than 130,000 DeKalb County residents are currently food insecure.

Program Overview

 

 

The Belief: Good companies are good citizens. They determine how they are uniquely positioned to serve their community, then they mobilize whatever that is for the benefit of others.

The Problem: Without considering a community’s priorities or needs-assessment data, even well-meaning philanthropists fail to hit their intended target.

The Mission: The Get Comfortable campaign absorbs the complexity of social innovation to make serving simple for others, channeling the generosity of many toward the greatest local needs.

The Win: Businesses can feel confident knowing their corporate giving is directed to our city’s greatest disparities, and the beneficiaries can go further faster.


 

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2021 Calendar

 

Our 2021 Get Comfortable Request For Proposals (RFP) opened on October 1st and closed on October 23, 2020. Agency recipients were announced on December 10, 2020, and the 2021 program launches February 10, 2021 at our downtown taproom.

Businesses interested to lock arms or learn more should click here. Contact [email protected] if you have any questions, or wish to get involved.