Extreme Response International

Snellville, GA

Founded: 2001

Tel: (678) 344-1950

Website: http://www.extremeresponse.org

Top LeaderMr. Gerald Carnill

Donor Contact: Mr. Gerald Carnill

Member Since: September 2, 2014


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $3,096,689
   Noncash Donations $59,726
   Other Revenue $-50,074
   Total Revenue $3,106,341
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $3,273,136
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-166,795
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-166,795
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Total Assets $1,465,869
Total Liabilities $192,062
Net Assets $1,273,807
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Education Reinforcement – ER invests in children by providing safe environments which enable them to grow academically, socially, emotionally, spiritually and physically. We provide opportunities for them to break out of generational poverty and become leaders in their homes, communities and country. We also empower, encourage and train teachers to impact the whole child. Life Skills/Livelihood Training - ER equips people through personal and livelihood skills training, enabling them to thrive in an everchanging world so they can provide for their families and become leaders in their homes, communities and country. Leadership Development - ER increases the influence of proven leaders through training, resources, coaching and community, enabling them to lead sustainable organizations that leverage impact in their communities.

ER is stepping into the void left by the indefinite closure of our after-school programs for vulnerable kids in response to the Coronavirus. Closing our doors is depriving them of the healthy lunch we serve daily. For many kids, it's the only nutritious food they receive. We are now buying groceries and safely distributing them to these families. We need your help to keep this food distribution going. To donate, use the link and write "Emergency Food" in the notes.
ER invests in vulnerable women by providing life skills and livelihood training. For example, our Golden Hands Livelihood has graduated close to 100 women and girls from a sewing program and awarded them a sewing machine and supplies to start their own businesses. The women must complete an intensive 8-month course. The woman receive business and faith-based training. We have a waiting list and need support to help more women escape generational poverty. If you'd like to help, donate using the
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