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Community benefits from Collaborative effort in the amount of 10,000 meal!
Community Action

“Blessing really do fall in your lap,” screams Dominique Mack, New Community Service Director for Coastal Georgia Community Action.

Early Friday morning, before her coffee had time to cool, Mack received an extraordinary phone call from Asia Elston, staff at Feeding Children Everywhere. She was informed that Feeding Children Everywhere is donating 10,000 meals to Community Action for the Hinesville community!

The CEO Tres Hamilton, Board of Directors and staff will join Mack to receive these meals at the new Chick-fil-A in Hinesville and disseminate to the families in need. Residence of the Hinesville Housing Authority have been informed of this blessing and community partners like the homeless collision, Family Connection partners and local churches.

The pick-up is today, June 28, at the new Chick-Fil-A located at 877 W. Oglethorpe Hwy in Hinesville (Oglethorpe Square Shopping Center) at 11:30 a.m.

Later today 5,000 meals will be given to the residents of the Hinesville Housing Authority located at 100 Regency Place, Hinesville, from 2-4 p.m.

Community Action will give the remaining 5, 000 meals to partnering agencies and churches which can be picked up from the Liberty County Multi-Purpose Center located at 933 E.G. Miles Parkway, Suite 106 from 2 p.m-4 p.m.

“Dominique understands the issues families are facing and the power of collaboration to address these obstacles. She undoubtedly will make great things happen throughout our Community Service Counties. We are simply elated to have her on board,” says Hamilton.

New Community Services Director

Dominique Mack, a License Master Social Worker is our newly appointed Community Services Director. Three months in and she says she feels like she is growing in her role.

"It has been challenging to learn so many new things at once, but I truly love the work. This job is what I've always envisioned myself doing creating and overseeing innovating programs that make an impact on low-income individuals and families."

Originally from Brunswick Dominique came back to her hometown in 2015. Previously, she worked in victim services with an extensive background with advocating on the behalf of victims of violent crimes, mentoring and empowering families, women and girls in various capacities. Dominique also has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Social Work from Florida State University. She shares she's passionate about people, food, and balling on a budget but, not necessarily in that order. She enjoys cooking fabulous and affordable meals, caring for her daughter Zora, pinning projects on Pinterest, concocting DIY ideas, watching Wendy Williams, texting her best friends, and writing notes-to-self.

We look forward to the wonderful work that Dominique will do with Coastal Georgia Community Action.

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