Momentum continues to grow as companies come together with individuals to raise funds to support youth aging out of foster care in Georgia. Fostering Success Act, Inc. (FSA), a non-profit that raises tax credit funds to assist young adults transitioning out of the state’s foster care system, announced Thursday that it has successfully raised nearly $10 million in tax credit allocations in its first year that ended Dec. 31, 2023. 

A spokesperson for the non-profit told James Magazine Online that since the launch of the program, more than 180 companies and individuals have chosen to help Georgia’s most vulnerable young people by allocating their tax dollars to FSA. As a result, FSA has issued funds to help more than 100 young people pursue their dreams at 37 universities and technical colleges across the state.   

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