Event: Helping Families Put Food on the Table with a Georgia Work Credit

Join the Atlanta Community Food Bank and the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute for a special Hunger Action Month Event to explore a state policy that can help thousands of Georgia families keep food on the table. The Georgia Work Credit is a bottom-up tax cut that allows working families to keep more of what they earn, so they can afford basic necessities and make important investments for the future. Register today for the lunch event on Wednesday, September 4th in Atlanta and learn how you can help to support this important policy that will improve food security for hardworking Georgia families.

  • Learn how a Georgia Work Credit (a State Earned Income Tax Credit) can strengthen the communities we serve and support families statewide.
  • Hear from James Jimenez, Executive Director of New Mexico Voices for Children, about the benefits which resulted from New Mexico’s work credit and how the state coalition succeeded in strengthening the policy earlier this year.  
  • Learn about proposals to enact a Georgia Work Credit, how the credit would help families put food on the table and how you can support this important policy.
  • Get the information you need to take action and raise awareness!


  • Wednesday, September 4, 2019
  • 12:00 pm -1:30 pm
  • Event starts promptly at noon. Please arrive early to park and get settled.

Lunch provided


  • Sheltering Arms
  • 195 Tuskegee St SE, Atlanta GA 30315
  • Sheltering Arms is on Tuskegee Street behind the Barack and Michelle Obama Academy. Look for signage and parking assistance.

NOTE: Due to the lead time needed for ordering food around a holiday weekend, special dietary requests may not be feasible beginning Friday afternoon, August 30th. We will work to accommodate requests with the caterer as best as possible.

Thank you for your interest in the event. Registration is now closed.