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Where It All Began | Est. 2010

From Cochran, Georgia and Fayetteville, Georgia; raised in Christian families where they were taught the Golden Rule of “Better to Give than Receive”, Steve and Ginger Rodgers started Servants Task Force in 2010. Their work and journeys have taken them across the State of Georgia, to locations around the U.S., and to the White House where Steve was selected as a Greeter for the White House Christmas Ceremonies. Serving as event coordinators in helping local events and family needs, Servants Task Force was asked to join the Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Association in 2012, and then started creating and developing statewide events to help support veterans’ needs and causes. In 2015, Servants Task Force hosted the 2nd largest Vietnam Veteran Recognition Service in the State and later that year raised the funds to help with the restoration of the Walk of Heroes in Conyers, Georgia through a raffle that featured Georgia Football helmets signed by former players and coaches. Steve and Ginger also worked with Tunnel 2 Towers out of New York to help support a firefighters event at the Westin Hotel in Atlanta, have donated week vacation packages to Blue Lives Matter out of New York City, raised funds for the Ronald McDonald House of Central Georgia, worked with the Georgia Chapter of Safari Club International with disabled veterans through fishing trips, and recently have asked to help establish a JROTC scholarship fund to be used by the Georgia Military Veterans Hall of Fame and support the Warrior2Citizen organization and their work to assist veterans, military members, first responders, and their families through difficult situations.

For over 40 years, Steve Rodgers, CEO, has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for individual needs and organizations around the State of Georgia through events he has created, organized, and developed. He was the Founder of Law Enforcement United in Houston County that brought the city, county, military, and state law enforcement agencies together to do events to help fund local community organizations. He has raised money for the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, helped make children’s last wishes come true through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, helped enlist civil service workers to volunteer for mentoring programs through Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and hosted concerts and sports event that helped raise the funds to get the POW/MIA Memorial built at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Georgia and feed needy families during the holidays.