The Circle of Love Center in Greensboro recently received a donation of $4,900 from the 100 Who Care Del Webb Lake Oconee charitable organization.
Although located in Greene County, Circle of Love encompasses Morgan, Putnam, Hancock and Baldwin counties as well. They provide an emergency safe shelter and resource center for domestic violence victims and their children. Services include, but not limited to, safe shelter, 24-Hour hotline access, group and individual counseling, child counseling, case management, legal advocacies, court accompaniment, transports, employment and housing search assistance, referrals to community agencies and financial assistance. 100 Who Care is part of a worldwide charity organization whose focus is to coordinate funding for local charities. Members meet quarterly to nominate and then vote on what charity will receive the funds that quarter.
Pictured: Andrea Kay and Betty Aubin of 100 Who Care Del Webb present a check to Kimberly Bennett, Executive Director of Circle of Love.