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ICM Wins Community Service Award
In May, Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasting chose ICM to receive its annual John A. Conant Community Service Award
Advocating on behalf of children has long been the mission of Interfaith Children’s Movement. Its efforts have earned the organization the AIB Network’s 2019 John A. Conant Community Service. ICM also trains teens from a variety of faith traditions to deepen their knowledge of issues that impact their lives, from educational opportunities to sex trafficking, and how to advocate for on behalf of legislation to further that agenda.
In this short video, you’ll hear the ICM story from board chair Joy Borra and hear from students poised to lobby lawmakers at the Georgia Capitol.
People of all faiths are called by faith to be a blessing to children. The Interfaith Children’s Movement invites you to join us - Jews, Muslims, Christians and all the other faiths - working together for children’s well-being. We know that we can and we must work together if we are to create a better tomorrow for all Georgia’s children.