We are part of the community fabric. We understand that being a responsible member of our community means giving of our time, our money and our expertise to help improve the living standards of those in need in our surrounding area and beyond. We do this by helping non-profit organizations who are equipped for outreaches and can effectively engage in our community.
Helping Hands of Paulding County GA is a vital coalition of churches, businesses, civic groups, and caring individuals representing community partnership at its very best.
Founded in 1996, Project Connect provides advocacy paired with specialized educational services and lifestyle enrichment opportunities for children who have neither a voice, nor a choice, in experiencing homelessness. Cincinnati Public Schools annually serves about 3,500 students who are experiencing homelessness.
Marietta City Schools (MCS) became one of Georgia’s first Charter Systems in June 2008. The MCS charter system includes eleven schools: seven K-5 elementary schools, one sixth grade academy, one middle school, one high school, and one grades 3-5 elementary magnet school (Marietta Center for Advanced Academics).
Early in 1930, a group of Marietta business and professional men became interested in organizing a Kiwanis Club in the city. From its beginning in 1930 to the present, the Kiwanis Club of Marietta has been a strong service organization with a special outreach to children in our community. While membership was initially exclusively for men, membership became available to women beginning in 1987.
The Smyrna Public Safety Foundation (SPSF) was established in 2009 as a 501c3 not for profit organization. SPSF is dedicated to supporting the men and women who keep us safe day in and day out. Our mission is to Encourage and Strengthen the partnerships between the Community of Smyrna, GA, and its Public Safety Personnel. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for those who live, work, and play in the City of Smyrna and the surrounding communities.
Focused Community Strategies (FCS) is a 501c(3) organization that empowers neighborhoods to thrive. We invest deeply in one under-resourced Atlanta neighborhood at a time, building upon the neighborhood’s strengths to create a flourishing community. We are supporting the SOUTH ATLANTA YOUTH GROUP A Community of young people 6-18 years old joining lives together.
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Keyan Shod is a seasoned Director of Technology Services with over 15 years of experience in the IT industry, he has a well-rounded IT background of infrastructure management and software development. Over this time, his experience in planning, developing and implementing state of the art information solutions and facilitating corporate growth, provides him a unique perspective when working on a resolution. He specializes in identification of new technologies, innovative solutions and incorporating them into customer environments. The benefits of implementing these new technologies are that our customers realize value and streamline business processes. Working with IT steering committees to establish strategic direction of the Company's information systems as well as executing the strategy has provided him a prospective view on multifaceted environments.
Mr. Shod finds satisfaction in developing and implementing technical and service-oriented solutions for our customers’ most complex issues. His goals parallel those of the JW Affinity IT team in that he strives to help our clients overcome their challenges from a technological perspective.