Thank you for visiting the Georgia DECA Foundation website today. Our mission is one of fundraising to support Georgia DECA students and Chapters having needs to participate in a nationally recognized youth enrichment program. All funds collected annually are distributed directly to chapters and students from our ASPIRE Fund and do not support the day to day operations of Georgia DECA.
Georgia DECA is a state Chapter of DECA, a 70 year old established association with over 215,000 high school and college students in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, and 6 countries around the world. Georgia DECA’s high school membership has surpassed last year’s 12270, and is well on its way to its goal of 14000 for this school year. It is the third largest high school state chapter in the world. One of its high schools, South Forsyth, was recently honored for the ninth(9th) straight year as the world’s largest Chapter with almost 1400 members.. . . . Read More.
The Georgia DECA membership roll last year was 12270 and the goal this school year is 14000. Considering one’s personal contacts and network, this results in our being a very viable channel of distribution for your goods and services. Moreover, there is the great opportunity for participating in the education of tomorrow’s future business leaders and entrepreneurs. . . Learn more.
Rebecca Eddins- Chestatee $2000, Katie Powers-South Forsyth-$1000, Sierra Holton-Houston County-$1000, Bob Armbruster, Georgia DECA Foundation President, Shannen Patel, North Gwinnett-$1000, Dymond Moore, Whitewater-$2500, Michael Tralongo, North Gwinnett- $1000, William Healy-South Gwinnett- $1500
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