The Power Society


Our top priority at the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential is to ensure that Georgia's youth achieve their full potential unencumbered by teenage pregnancy, bolstered by strong physical health, and supported by healthy relationships. We’ve been on this journey for 21 years and our success is due to the support of our community.

As a member of the Power Society you’ll help us chart a course for statewide impact through community engagement. 


Power Society Membership starts at $10 per month or $120 annually.  You’ll receive the Power Society newsletter, curated volunteer opportunities, educational opportunities for parents and community leaders, and an annual luncheon with experts in the field.  Click here to donate.


Students value sex education classes taught by well-trained teachers: “If I could change anything, it would be to have more time in class.” – 8th grade student, Kipp South Fulton Academy


Your Role: Power Society members use their voices to inspire friends, families, colleagues, teachers, coaches, and clergy in order to build a powerful network of regional and statewide supporters for GCAPP’s programming and initiatives that impact youth, parents, families and educators.


Your Support - will allow us to partner with communities to bring parent forums, educator workshops and healthcare professional panels to urban, rural and suburban communities throughout Georgia.



Through 2020, we will target our 18 Focus Communities with parent forums, educator workshops, healthcare provider panels and community meetings all in an effort to address adolescent health and wellness issues through the implementation of GCAPP’s results-driven programming.

Bibb (Macon), Chatham (Savannah), Clarke (Athens), Coffee (Douglas), Dougherty (Albany), Floyd (Rome), Glynn (Brunswick), Grady (Cairo), Hall (Gainesville), Metro Atlanta (Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, Gwinnett, Rockdale), Mitchell (Camilla), Muscogee (Columbus) and Richmond (Augusta).



“GCAPP’s training and guidance was just what our community needed. No one does it better.” ---  Millicent West, Community Partner, Augusta