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Our Beneficiaries

Since 2003, For the Kid in All of Us has distributed more than 41,500 toys and gift cards through The Toy Party, 11,904 backpacks filled with school supplies and gift cards through Backpack in the Park, and raised over $475,000 to donate to numerous agencies and organizations serving Georgia’s less fortunate.


Click here for the 2017 beneficiary application.



AID Atlanta Women & Pediatrics

AID Atlanta Women & Pediatrics


Providing outreach programs for women and children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.


All About Developmental Disabilities


AADD believes in empowers families living with developmental disabilities to make informed choices and helps them build on their strengths to seek opportunities, resources and services. We provide family support services, public policy and advocacy, and community engagement programs.


Atlanta Children’s Shelter


Our loving, professional child care workers, social workers and volunteers believe in the vulnerability of the child and the hope for their future.


Carrie Steele-Pitts Home


Contributing to the well-being of our children and our society since 1888.




Childkind’s mission is to empower families caring for children with special healthcare needs and developmental disabilities, promoting safe, stable and nurturing homes. We envision a world filled with endless possibilities, unconditional love and acceptance for these children.




The mission of CHRIS 180 (formerly CHRIS Kids) is to heal children, strengthen families, and build community through mental health counseling, training, providing safe housing, and real-world skill building.


Cool Girls, Inc.


Cool Girls’ community partners, mentors, and volunteer networks support girls in all aspects of their development – breaking the cycles of poverty, low self-esteem, and teen pregnancy. Our life skills programs develop girls into confident women through education and exposure to a broader world of opportunity.


Cords of Life


Cords of Life serves low-income and homeless families throughout Metropolitan Atlanta.


Decatur Housing Authority


Mission is to support the strength and diversity of the Decatur community by providing a wide range of housing opportunities with a focus on affordable housing, promoting community and economic development, and administering its program in a creative, cooperative, responsive, and effective manner.


Devereux Georgia


Devereux Georgia is located on a secure, tree-lined, 40-acre campus in Kennesaw, Georgia, serving children from age 8 to 21, who are experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges brought on by abuse, neglect, mental illness or intellectual/developmental disabilities. Devereux Community Programs provides specialty foster care, as well as an Independent Living facility for young men.

East Lake Foundation

East Lake Foundation


Working to break the inter-generational cycle of poverty for East Lake residents through cradle to college education, safe and affordable housing and community wellness initiatives.


Easter Seals North Georgia


Easter Seals has been providing services to children in Georgia for more than 50 years. Easter Seals was founded to provide therapy to children rehabilitating from polio. Since then, the organization has expanded its services to meet the needs of children with disabilities and other special needs living in North Georgia. Easter Seals North Georgia, Inc. is an affiliate of the Easter Seals National organization.


Hillside, Inc.


Hillside provides numerous treatment options for children and adolescents ages 7-21 experiencing difficulties with emotional and behavioral issues.


Iglesia Monte Sinai Atlanta


Iglesia Monte Sinai Atlanta provides everyday necessities and support to children and families in need in Clayton, Morrow, and Lake City despite their race or nationality.

Jerusalem House

Jerusalem House


Providing permanent housing for homeless adults and children living with HIV-AIDS.


Legacy of Pearls Foundation


The Legacy of Pearls Foundation works to support and serve families and children and to promote the learning process by providing substantial support to students.


Lutheran Services of Georgia


Lutheran Services of Georgia (LSG) was founded in Atlanta in 1981 in response to community concerns. LSG’s first two programs were Refugee Resettlement and Adoption in Atlanta. Since then LSG has assisted more than 100,000 individuals, developed a reputation for excellence in its social service work and expanded its portfolio of program platforms to include; immigration services, foster care services for children with disabilities, host home services for adults with disabilities, behavioral health counseling and therapy, and family intervention services in an effort to prevent child abuse in all its forms, and strengthen the family system. LSG operates its programs from seven locations in Georgia; Atlanta, Savannah, Rome, Athens, Columbus, Albany and Augusta. Disaster Response continues to be a hallmark LSG program and serves as the need presents itself regionally and locally.


Malachi’s Storehouse


Providing emergency food for our clients and their children for over 20 years.


SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center


SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center, Inc. is a private non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children who have been abused.



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