New American Pathways

Provides programming that ensures parents are effective teachers and advocates for their children (ages 0-5), and that the children are school-ready. Also, provides customized literacy tutoring and academic support for refugee youth (grades K-12). Paedia Mixon, ED...

Girls Incorporated of Greater Atlanta

Prepares girls (grades K-3) for success by offering safe, structured and affordable out of school programming; the program is broken into two formats: the After School Program and Girls Inc. University (GIU – summer camp). Michelle Graves Program Director 1401...

Center for the Visually Impaired

Provides ongoing training for the parents, family members and other caregivers of blind/visually impaired infants and pre-schoolers via educational sessions and family support activities. Lara Tilley Manager of Marketing & Volunteer Services 739 West Peachtree...

Carrie Steele Pitts Home, Inc.

Provides comprehensive services for children, ages 5-21, through residential and community programs. Dr. Evelyn Lavizzo Execitive Director 667 Fairburn Road, NW Atlanta, GA 30331 404-691-5187...

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta

Designed to help children avoid at-risk behaviors and encourage them to achieve their highest potential by improving academic performance. This initiative provides services beyond the traditional one to one community based mentoring through expanded tracking and...