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Georgia Mountain Pageants

Proverbs 31

Our Mission

A Distinct Identity

Pageantry is often viewed as something that is focused on beauty and talent alone, but Georgia Mountain Pageants represents something far beyond that for young women in our local community.


As a community-centered non-profit organization, our mission at Georgia Mountain Pageants is to honor and empower young women by fostering self-confidence, leadership, church and community involvement through a pageant experience that celebrates their unique talents, intelligence, and beauty.


Through fun and unique experiences, our hope is to teach and encourage the importance of faithfulness to God, healthy living, goal setting and accomplishment, community service, creativity, leadership and educational achievement all with the ultimate goal of obtaining self confidence and courage, which comes from God.


In all that we do, we want our participants to know that they are loved, valued, smart, important and have the potential to create the life that they dream of. To achieve this, we’ve designed our pageant events to be a Godly, positive and inclusive environment where every participant can learn, grow, and make meaningful connections with others.


At the end of the day, it’s not just about the titles or crowns - it’s about how these women grow and what they learn throughout the process. 

Ways We Help

The Focus of Our Efforts



Godly Young Women


Classroom Supplies

Transforming Lives


Senior Scholarships

Continuing Education

Upcoming Pageants

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Support Our Cause

When you choose to make a donation to Georgia Mountain Pageants, you are choosing to make a difference in the lives of the local children right here in our community. The young girls will learn, through pageantry, that beauty is not about the outward appearances, but the heart. The funds raised will help our teachers purchase the items they need to give our students THE BEST learning experience possible. 

You will be helping our local high school seniors have the opportunity to attend college or trade school after graduation.

1 Peter 3:3-4

Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear— but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God's sight is very precious.

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