Families First relies on volunteers, corporations and organizations to provide support that directly serve our clients’ needs. Our goal is to provide the most rewarding partnership experience by matching your interests, abilities and talents with the needs of the families we serve.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Families First relies on vital community support and volunteers to help the families we serve. Click here to read more about our volunteer opportunities.
WAYS TO GIVE
Looking to donate money or goods to families in need? Click here to see all of our donation opportunities.
BECOME A MENTOR
Click here to learn more about our organic Make it Click mentor program. This is a great opportunity to give back to the youth in our community.
BECOME AN ADVOCATE
The families and children of Atlanta need our support when it comes to their best interest. Learn how you can get involved and give them a voice!
BECOME A PARTNER
Click here to view a current list of our partners and learn how you can get involved!
BECOME A FOSTER PARENT
There are currently 770,000 children across the country in foster care. Click here to find out how you can help!
On the fence about partnering with us or wondering if it’s worth your time? Don’t take our word for it. Read the below testimonials from donors, volunteers and partners that we work with throughout the community and let them tell you why being a part of Families First is so rewarding!
Being involved in Families First is rewarding on so many levels, knowing that the items we are donating are going directly to families in our local area warms my heart. I was taught at an early age to give back, and I have strived to keep it as an important part of my life. I am happy to volunteer with an organization doing much good!
The most positive aspect of fostering is being able to provide a loving and nurturing environment for the benefit of children in care and make a difference.
Families First wisely recognizes that part of its service to families is making sure elected officials and agencies carrying out lawmakers’ decisions hear, understand, and take into account these families’ needs and concerns.