Five years ago, on July 26, 1990, the American Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed and became a historic civil rights act. America has come a long way to make public transportation, schools, churches, sports... read more
Gwinnett County Public Library is excited to promote our new Assistive Technology Center at the Lawrenceville branch! Included here is some information that explains what we have available for customers.... read more
FODAC Board Member Aimee Copeland tells how Frank Barham’s death has inspired to continue his activism on behalf of people with disabilities.
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Members of the North Atlanta Rotary Club will be picking up wheelchairs and other medical items from homes and drop off sites in North Atlanta for FODAC on Saturday, May 16th. Items will be picked up from... read more
Perhaps there is no week of the year more special for the FODAC staff than the week in March when we host a group of students from Boston University and this year has been no exception. Performing a wide... read more
MEDIA ALERT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media contact: Lizbeth A. Dison Shiny Inc. 26 February 2015 email@example.com 678.372.8164 (mobile) Augusta Rotarians to Collect Electronics, Home Medical Equipment... read more
Federal employees donating to FODAC through the Combined Federal Campaign will want to note that FODAC will be listed in the “Charities Under 5% Overhead” federation in 2015. “We are... read more
Charity Navigator, an organization that evaluates charities, has given FODAC its highest rating of four stars. Read the letter from Charity Navigator. Find out more about the rating.