SUPPORT THE CAUSE
HOW to HELP
You can help in a several ways. Simply volunteer you time, talents and or services to better serve our friends in need.
Current Community Service Projects
"SEASON for all SOCKS" Sock Drive
December 22, 2018 to March 8, 2019.
Drop Off Locations:
1) Panera Bread (January 1st - February 14th)
2100 Henderson Mill Road,
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
2) Oak Grove-Private Sock Drive for SCF
(January 25th - February 8th)
3) Auburn University (January 1st -March 7th)
Outside Room 1003
4) BlazeSports America (February 1st - March 7th)
1670 Oakbrook Drive, Suite 331
Norcross, Georgia 30093
Feeding the homeless: March 30, 2019
The SCF in partnership with "My Favorite Charities" join forces to Feed the Need in Atlanta, GA. Families and friends come out to feed the homeless and support them with prayer and fellowship.
Chance's "4 The Love of Socks" sock drive was a huge success. We raised over 700 pairs of new socks for CHOA and the Atlanta Homeless community.
We partnered with Feeding the Homeless Project once again along with Auburn University Wheelchair Basketball, DITR and our sponsored locations Panera Bread and Lakeside High School. Thanks to everyone for their continued support!
Chance's "Rock the Socks" sock drive made a difference this past holiday season. Chance raised 520 pairs of socks. We donated 260 colorful pairs of socks to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
We partnered with Feeding the Homeless Project and spent the morning handing out socks to the homeless and talking with them. We had a great time giving back and getting to know the people and our fellowship time with the Homeless Project in Atlanta.GA.
The SCF volunteered with their Rehoboth church family and helped spruce up the John's Homestead historical park on Saturday, June 11, 2016.
The SCF partnered with Golden Living Center in Atlanta to bring awareness to the elderly. Our very own Sontai-Blu Boyd invited families and friends to come out to support these familes. We played games, provided light refreshments and gave some much needed support to our new friends at Golden. Click here to view pictures and share their story.