• Philanthropy


    Brookwood High School has raised $648,951 for charity over the past five years, September 2014 to May 2019, reaching 65 percent of its goal to raise $1 million within 10 years. During the 2018-2019 school year, Brookwood raised $119,071 for charity.
    Brookwood's Student Government Association (SGA) and school administration launched the M1M "March to One Million" campaign in September 2014 to tally, focus and increase the many charitable efforts throughout the school. Since then, philanthropic efforts have grown. Clubs, teams and staff have held even more fundraising events to support local and national charitable organizations, including the Amanda Riley Foundation, American Cancer Society's Relay For Life, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, United Way, Brookwood's Helping Hands and Hearts, and the Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry.

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Total raised in five years is $648,951.