The following list contains VCOF key accomplishments and program growth:
2017 Reverend Victor Lamar Johnson attended The 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration by the Atlanta VA Medical Center.
2015 Community Enrichment/Outreach Program created C.C.Cloud Youth Foundation Incorporated. C.C. Cloud served as pastor of the Antioch Baptist Church, Gainesville, GA for many years and his life touched many in this community, throughout the state of Georgia and nation. VCOF honors Rev, Clouds compassionate nature and commitment to his faith. Rev. Cloud's mission - ' Calling people to service' lives on today.
2010 Awarded Compassion Capital federal sub-award grant as part of the SafeHouse Learning Community capacity building and sustainability program featuring executive coaching, modeling and agency training
2009 Formed partnership with the Hispanic Basketball League as part of weekend community recreation at Fair Street IB Elementary School
- Hall County Sheriff’s Office honors VCOF for outstanding community leadership.
- Youth program summer camp highlighted in local newspaper, Gainesville Times
2008 Expanded weekly jail outreach recovery services to include women in
- Joined with grassroots organization Concerned Citizens of
2005 Recognized by Hall County Board of Commissioners for our dedicated service
2003 Formed partnership with Gainesville State College Black Student Association for youth program support
- Administered military style youth program in partnership with Hall County Courts and Gainesville City School System targeting African-American youth who have been expelled from school system.
- Partnered with local minister to offer certified professional counseling services
2001 Developed 12 Step recovery program for
- Expanded youth programs to include 8 week summer camp
2000 Expanded to current location, the
- Awarded college scholarships for program participants.
1999 Sponsored Youth Exposure, a community event which grew from local church setting to
- Developed parenting program in partnership with the City of
- Received $30,000 funding support from Hall County Government as part of judicial services
1996 Youth & staff participated in
1995 Developed computer lab program at Atlanta Street Housing Project
1990 Incorporated under the Secretary of the State of Georgia (May)
1987 Expanded to occupy to neighborhood house
- Re-organized as Veterans and Community Outreach Foundation (VCOF)
- Developed Judicial Services program, weekly substance abuse recovery group
- Added three full-time volunteers as administrative support staff
1985 Founded as Antioch Veterans Outreach in Antioch Baptist Church's basement. - Provided Veterans Support, Saturday Youth Ministry, Street Ministry with Antioch