What began in 2007 as an initiative to partner with exceptional nonprofits in our communities and around the globe has grown into a movement of extraordinary generosity. Learn what these organizations are doing because of your generosity.
Volunteers provided baskets of baby items and gifts for new moms, decorated for Christmas, hosted a party for patients, and provided meals for parents attending classes.
Beacon of Hope is moving walls and reconfiguring their offices in order to make room to meet with additional clients. This gift allows them to add one new care room, one new office, and additional space for their medical room.
Intervention teachers work within a classroom setting to help students who are lagging behind in their studies. This gift allows Amana to hire an intervention teacher for one year.
Many children in our communities face personal circumstances that make it difficult to learn and thrive. Because of your generosity, Amana Academy received 350 boxes filled with snacks for students.
Volunteers assisted at-risk elementary students with reading and math, organized the media center, and sponsored children for Christmas.
Many children in our communities face personal circumstances that make it difficult to learn and thrive. Because of your generosity, Brandywine Elementary received 300 boxes filled with snacks for students.
Volunteers assisted children as they shopped for their families, exited vehicles before school in the morning, and helped with lunch duty.
This gift provides Brandywine with four academic kits for students that are below their recommended reading levels.
The CDA is a vibrant organization that has provided outstanding service to low-income, hard-working families and their young children for more than 45 years. This gift allows four students to receive an excellent education at a highly subsidized rate for one year.
Our volunteers set up a Santa Shop and assisted parents while they shopped for their children and provided essential supplies and toys for children.
CDA has experienced a surge in interested families which has created a waitlist. This gift allows CDA to bring an old classroom up to code so it can be used to educate another class of students.
Most of CDA's student population is Spanish speaking. By hiring a part-time bi-lingual enrollment specialist with this gift, CDA will have an employee that can communicate effectively with parents, focus on their needs, and build relationships and will increase enrollment for their Pre-K program.
This matching gift allows CDA to replace their failing boiler and chiller to meet state requirements.
Many children in our communities face personal circumstances that make it difficult to learn and thrive. Because of your generosity, Elkins Pointe Middle School received 146 boxes filled with snacks for students.
Elkins is a Title 1 school that is trying to fight the high dropout rate by offering the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Program. Their mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing students for college readiness and success. This gift helps to fund the AVID program for the current school year.
This gift allows them to hire a part-time grant writer to help increase funding and gives them the opportunity to pay their current staff more attractive wages.
Volunteers received and sorted donations, stocked shelves, and assisted clients and customers with finding the items they needed at FCSF’s distribution center and boutique thrift store.
To keep their facility functional, FCSF's current HVAC system needs to be replaced. This gift allows them to purchase a new one and continue their work of providing clothing, infant equipment and developmental toys to thousands of children in foster and relative care.
HomeStretch was able to purchase an 8-unit apartment building for low-income families. This matching gift reduces their mortgage payment, allowing them to reallocate funds toward additional programs and funds for these families.
This gift allows Homestretch to purchase relationship management software, which will improve organizational efficiency.
Volunteers assisted at the Youth Life Skills Program, delivered and installed Christmas trees, and prepared homes for incoming families by painting, cleaning, and landscaping.
Families serving Lighthouse Family Retreat prepared retreat supplies, created hope jars, and put together hope boxes for the retreat families. These simple service projects will impact families living through childhood cancer and will be an intentional way to show them Christ's love.
No Longer Bound must stay compliant with state requirements if they want to continue to serve men with addictions. This gift allows them to obtain state licensing and hire additional staff.
Volunteers provided meals and participated in activities with the men at No Longer Bound who could not go home for Christmas. Others decorated NLB homes and thrift stores for Christmas.
10% of people coming to NFCC are homeless. As a result, they have experienced an increase in short-term housing requests. This gift will cover one year's supply of hotel vouchers to keep roofs over the heads of families in need.
This gift supports the growth of NFCC's Education Center. The center continues to offer valuable support services like access to a computer lab, ESL classes, Microsoft Office™ certification courses, job search assistance, and resume design assistance.
Volunteers unloaded and sorted food donations, received and sorted donations in the thrift store, and distributed food.
Adults that attend classes at NFCC's Education Center must have care for their children in order to benefit from the classes. With this gift, NFCC will fund a part-time childcare specialist to make it easier for parents to attend class.
Volunteers prepared meals for teens in a support group.
Pathways2Life offers curriculum on two of the most relevant cultural issues that all teens have to navigate: substance use and sex. Prevention and intervention specialists cover these topics during health and physical education class time. This gift allows Pathways to sustain their current work in North Fulton County schools and add one additional school.
Summit subsidizes school-based therapy for low-income families that are unable to afford the basic copayment for these services. This gift allows Summit to meet the growing demand for therapy in nearby middle and high schools.
Many children in our communities face personal circumstances that make it difficult to learn and thrive. Because of your generosity, Vickery Mill Elementary received 150 boxes filled with snacks for students.
Volunteers helped kids create wish lists and shop for holiday gifts.
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