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Parent University Sponsorship

Posted On : 11-13-2020
Organization: Turning Point Enterprises, Inc.
Austell GA 30106
Parent University provides educational workshops for parents of middle and high school students. We engage in social, emotional and career topics and help bride the gap between children and parents.
Organization: Life Circle 72
Clarkdale GA 30111
Life Circle 72 is assisting women affected by domestic violence by assisting them with crisis placement as they are fleeing abuse. Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions for those who are victims of domestic violence. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Organization: Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS)
Marietta GA 30067
We currently provide ESL classes to the Hispanic clients at Dwell @ The Worthington in Marietta. We also provide Social Services to an Asian clients through our main office in Chamblee. Currently, we received many phone calls asking about any Rental Assistance & Food Distribution within Marietta area where it is linguistically and culturally appropriate.

Life Skills Program

Posted On : 11-11-2020
Organization: MDE School
Marietta GA 30062
MDE School serves middle and high school aged students with the intent to help them acquire skills for possible job opportunities in their future. We are looking to expand our existing life skills and prevocational training to better serve our students. We will focus on teaching students to do basic plumbing, assembly of items such as furniture, using basic lawn equipment, learning how to operate a cash register, along with changing a tire and checking the oil in a car amongst other things. This
Organization: Connecting Generations-STFCC, Inc
GA 30080
We are seeking funding to operate an after-school program, teaching life skills and etiquette workshops to youth,

Workplace Inclusion Now (WIN)

Posted On : 11-10-2020
Organization: Autism Speaks
Atlanta GA
National data shows that most autistic adults are unemployed or underemployed, despite having the skill sets and expertise to excel in the workplace. Autism Speaks, together with our partners, aims to transform employment for those on the spectrum through Workplace Inclusion Now. Workplace Inclusion Now (WIN) brings together people (job seekers and employees with autism), employers and communities to increase employment opportunities for autistic employees a create a more diverse and inclusive
Organization: Brookwood Christian School for Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities
Acworth GA 30101
Students in special education are really struggling with hybrid virtual/in person education. Many parents who never considered private school want to enroll their students in a special needs school but can't afford it. We have more scholarship requests than we have funds to grant them.
Organization: Sweetwater Mission, Inc.
Austell GA 30168
Help us feed families by donating $10 for a holiday meal that will include a TURKEY! www.letstalkturkeys.com

$50,000 Needed

Posted On : 10-15-2020
Organization: S.A.F.E. PLACE INC
Mableton 30126
We are in need of funds to operate our free after school program where the services is feeding the youth, mentoring, tutoring, counseling and activities
Organization: NW Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity
Marietta
COVID-19 crisis threatens to undo our homeowners’ hard-won stability. They are often in jobs most affected by the pandemic. They are cooks, cashiers, restaurant servers and maintenance workers. Many work for small businesses. Or they work in health care and may have become sick or required to quarantine. No matter the industry they work in, many Habitat homeowners have experienced a job loss or furlough or have seen their wages cut and are struggling to pay their mortgages.  Please help u

Governmental ID Assistance

Posted On : 08-25-2020
Organization: Davis Direction Foundation
Marietta 30060
Need donations to help people in recovery from substance use disorder get birth certificates, social security cards, and state issued ID to help them secure employment, housing, and/or treatment.
Organization: Davis Direction Foundation
Marietta 30060
We need supplies to help people stay safe until a more permanent housing, treatment, or sober living solution is available.
Organization: Davis Direction Foundation
Marietta 30060
This project focuses on the continuation and expansion of the Zoned 4 Re-Entry Certification Program, an innovative partnership with the District Attorney’s office of Cobb County, Georgia. The DDF Zoned 4 Re-Entry Certification Program partners with local rehabilitative programs to provide evidence-based services that will assist individuals whose substance use disorders have kept them from living their best lives possible. The program focuses on comprehensive support for individuals recently
Organization: Davis Direction Foundation
Marietta
We need gift cards to help people in recovery from substance use disorder get back on their feet or deal with temporary emergencies. Examples we need are: $50 Grocery only Gift Card $50 Home Depot/Lowe's Gift Card $25 Gas Only gas station gift cards
Organization: Food Security for America
Smyrna 30080
Food Security for America’s refrigerated truck is a 2001 (not a typo) model with 192,000+ miles, mounting annual repairs, a refrigeration control unit so old that parts are no longer available, and a body whose insulation is shot. Due to COVID-19 crisis FSA has increased the number of sites and families served. This increased need, which will continue indefinitely, means that a reliable truck is more important than ever. Please help us raise $45,000 to purchase a newer model, lower-mileage re