The purpose of the very successful project was to help college applicants from low income families prepare to excel at the college entrance exams and therefore receive state grants. Our of many applicants, 30 participants from all cross Georgia were selected by a committee and participated in this 2 week long event.
CHARITY CONCERT SERIES
As its first project, the Foundation conducted a series of classical music concerts performed by the co-founder Bright Georgia, Tatia Sharangia. All proceeds from the series were donated to local charity organizations focused on children and youth.
The goal of the project was to encourage reading and education among young people in Georgia. The project had two parts: a contest “Young Novelist of the Year” and “Young Reader of the Year”. Competitions were conducted in several rounds and involved a jury of some of the most prominent Georgian writers and notable members of society and received nationwide coverage.
ARTS & CRAFTS COURCES
Throughout the years, Bright Georgia partnered with a variety of local arts schools and professional education institutions in order to offer classes and courses for young people who could not otherwise afford them.
Foundation sponsored and financed a variety of professional courses for adults in need in order to help them attain the skills necessary for better-compensated employment.
During holidays, Bright Georgia conducts soup kitchen events, involving volunteers and setting a good example by providing hot food for those in need.