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Non-Profit 501 C-(3)
 COMMUNITY OUT REACH YOUTH ORGANIZATION
 
GATEWAY TO EDUCATION AND SPORTS OPPORTUNITIES 

Georgia Sports Alliance, Inc. was founded in 2011.  We are a non-profit community outreach youth organization who promotes the social 
development of our youth through their participation in community events, school activities, and volunteer youth programs. GSA goal 
is to make a significant difference and impact in the lives of young people and their families through year-round programs, leadership
and social skills development. Our primary mission is to target at-risk and disadvantage youth in Macon-Bibb County, and the middle Georgia 
area.
                                                                                                                                                              
GSA-Sports is a growing and vibrant youth organization which provides counseling-mentoring, athletic and band opportunities for scholarships, health and educational initiative programs for our youth and adults. We believe that the best strategy for helping our at-risk children is to focus their talent before trouble starts. By concentrating on prevention through educationhealth and sports, we engage the mind and build the body. 

The result?  A better future for our children and our communities. Our organization recognizes youth as our most important community resource.

       Georgia Sports Alliance, Inc.
 Board of Directors
 

Johnny W. James Sr.
President & CEO
 
                                        
         Otis Covington                    Eugene Cannida                    Martin Rucker                   Vice President                          Secretary                           Treasurer    


                                
                           Thomas J. Wells                    Robert White Jr.
                                   Officer                                  Officer
  
Georgia Sports Alliance - Creating Opportunities 

              
      
 

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Johnny James,
Mar 5, 2012, 8:47 AM