PROJECT 

Rock The Socks

 

Chance's "Sock for all Seasons"

Sock Drive for CHOA and the Homeless

December 22nd - 20th - March 1st.

 

Drop Off new socks for babies, small children, and adults too.

 

BlazeSports America

1670 Oakbrook Drive, Suite 331

Norcross, GA. 30093

Panera Bread

Location: TBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROJECT

  "KUR"

Help Get us rolling and

KUR-Keep Us ROLLIN'

 

This is a grass-roots program and initiative to start a Collegiate adaptive sports program in the state of Georgia colleges across the state. 

 

Did you know? Currently there are no collegiate wheelchair baskeball or wheelchair track programs for students with disabilities attending D1, D2 or D3 colleges in the state of Georgia. We are advocating and starting a program now in hopes of future athletes having the same opportunities as their able-body peers to compete on a higher level and with the best student athletes across the country.

 

Mind and Body 

Helping others to cope through there mental and physically challenges through partnerships and resources.

PROJECT

Exceptional Children & Adults

Walking & Rolling for a Cause 

 

 

Exceptional Children & Adult Walk

This event is projected for July 20, 2019

at a local community park TBD. 

Stay tuned...funds raised will be used to support the SCF mission and programs. 

 

PROJECTS

PROJECT 

FEED THE NEED

 

Come out and support helping the homeless. You can help by providing gently used clothes, tolietries bags for women/men and food. This group meets monthly at local food pantry including local community homeless environments and shelters.

PROJECT 

College Bound(Accountability & Mentoring)

 

We believe in preparing our exceptional youth and young adults for a successful future!

 

This program is dedicated to helping point you in the right direction for your future college endeavors. We partner up with mentors in your community that share a common career path to help lead you in the right direction.

 

PROJECT 

NURTURE

Join us! Spending time with the elderly is rewarding. This project provides one-on-one interaction with youth/teen and elderly individuals in a recreational setting. This group meets every couple of months at local senior citizens living centers. 

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