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First Foundation Kids, Inc. is one of the highly respected community based, youth development agencies in Georgia. The organization operates 6 programs in the Duluth, Norcross, Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia areas combined.
First Foundation Kids, Inc. (FFK), started out in the year 2012. The organization has been, since inception an IRS 501(C)3 non-profit charitable organization. In 2013, the organization expanded its services to reach out to the metro-Atlanta, Georgia kids. Today, the organization serves approximately 125 kids annually.
Its primary focus is improving the education (through literacy and academic remediation), job readiness training, financial management training, mentoring, and health, fostering the well-being, and most importantly developing new opportunities for disadvantaged kids including young adults in the greater Atlanta Georgia area.
Our In-take Program
Program participants comes from various parts of the community including but not limited to area public housing, churches, public schools, homeless shelters, etc.
We use volunteers from all works of life to assist our beneficiaries handle different school assignments including tutoring/coaching, mentoring, job readiness training and support, etc. We are constantly in need of volunteers. To sign up as volunteer, simply click on "REGISTER".
FFK's volunteers are composed of retired civic, business leaders, veterans and parents. The Board of Directors of First Foundation Kids, Inc. is comprised of a Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Finance, Development and Program/Marketing Advisors.
Our continued success stems from our ability to deliver outstanding results for our beneficiaries.
The organization continues to enjoy recognitions from the local communities through its excellent works with underserved kids.
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"There is no worthy cause than providing opportunity and succor to children in need...