Because Only Together We Can

Build a community Where All Are Safe, Strong & Valued

Who We Are

Partnering to build a world where all are safe, strong & valued

Auchtoctones Assembly is a nonprofit Organization based in Georgia whose primary goal is to improve the quality of life through entrepreneurial, commercial and residential real estate development, as well as a variety of business and residential resources.

To be a catalyst for creating and maintaining vital communities by empowering, building and sustaining development that raises the quality of life for our neighborhood residents, businesses and industries.

What We Do


— We Research & Find

We research and find available programs and resources to help and better individuals and Communities.


— We Build Networks

By working with individuals and Communities we build lasting networks to meet your needs.


— We Strengthen

We strengthen Communities by forming relationships with Local neighborhoods and their elected officals.


— We Educate

We educate individuals on how to access available programs in their area and develop plans to meet their goals.


— We Provide Care

These services include, but are not limited to: cash, food assistance, employment services and medical needs. There are a variety of programs available for persons both with and without minor children.


— We Consult

Our consulting services focus on our clients’ most critical issues and opportunities: strategy,  organization, operations, technology,  advanced analytics and sustainability across all industries and geographies.

Impact Stories

USDA Invests in Communities Vital to Energy Production

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Deputy Under Secretary Justin Maxson today announced that the Department is investing more than $20 million in rural communities that are vital to helping sustain the country’s energy production.

USDA Rural Development: New Public Notice Filing(s)

A total of 42 Public Notice Filing(s) (PNF) have been published for the applicants listed below. The PNFs will be posted on the Rural Development Public Notice Filing Portal for 45 calendar days. On this portal, you can view the details of any open PNF and file a response