These are the organizations to whom we have made donations and provided support in the past year.

  • Athlete’s For a Better World
    ABW uses sports to develop character, teamwork, and citizenship through commitment to an athletic Code for Living that applies to life, and to create a movement that will play a significant role in the transformation of individuals, sports, and society.
  • Camp Hope
    Camp Hope began in 1950 as a Summer Camp ministry to children and teenagers and is operated by Christian Youth Camp, inc. which is overseen by a board of directors consisting of volunteers from independent, non-denominational churches.
  • Camp Sunshine
    Camp Sunshine provides programs throughout the year to give children with cancer the opportunity to participate fully in the everyday experiences of growing up – normal activities like swimming, horseback riding, arts and crafts, and making friends!
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
    Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes – International American Football in Kenya
    Part of FCA Missions, taking the misssion of FCA to the world.
  • Kids & Pros, Inc.
    Through our unique Youth Football Experience, we now provide weekly youth football camps in the Southeast in conjunction with a Family Fun Day and/or A Pros & Joes flag football game featuring former NFL stars playing regular Joes.
  • Kidz 2 Leaders
    kidz2leaders, inc. exists to help change the lives of prisoners’ children and to break the vicious cycle of incarceration.
  • Murphey Candler Little League
    Murphey Candler Little League (MCLL) is a non-profit, all-volunteer baseball program for children aged 5-12. Murphey Candler is proud to be a sanctioned participant in Little League baseball.
  • Northside Youth Organization (NYO)
    The Northside Youth Organization (“NYO”) provides organized recreational athletic opportunities for over 4,000 children, of ages 4 to 15 , in the sports of baseball, softball, basketball, football and cheerleading.
  • Riverwood Athletic Association
    The Riverwood Athletic Association’s (RAA) primary purpose is to raise money for all Riverwood Raider sports teams and athletic facilities. RAA functions as a single booster organization to ensure consistency and continuity to all sports programs. Riverwood International Charter School is proud of its tradition of athletic excellence. More than 50% of the student body participates on one of the 21 athletic teams.
  • Sandy Springs Middle School
    The school has been a “trend setter” through the years, most recently having returned to an interdisciplinary approach to academic instruction. This approach provides a nurturing environment for students, assisting their transition from elementary school.
  • Sandy Springs Youth Sports
    SSYS offers Dizzy Dean Baseball programs for boys and girls ages 5 – 14 and ASA Fast Pitch Softball programs for girls 5 – 18. Youth from Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb and Gwinnett counties are eligible to play on SSYS teams.
  • Soccer in the Streets
    Soccer in the Streets is a not-for-profit organization that works to develop young leaders so they can lead rich lives and cultivate healthy communities through sports-based youth development. Core to its mission is to drive forward social equity by providing better access to opportunity and overcome the barriers of privilege. Founded in 1989 in Atlanta, the organization reaches kids through soccer play, work-readiness training, hands-on experiential activities, and participation in youth leadership councils. The organization is gaining worldwide recognition for its StationSoccer initiative – which builds soccer fields and community classrooms in and around metro transit hubs.
  • Special Olympics of Georgia
    The first and only organization to offer training and competition for people with intellectual disabilities to bring them into the larger society under conditions whereby they are accepted, respected, and might become useful and productive citizens.