FODAC Renovation To Begin Soon

February 12, 2010

The FODAC open bid process started yesterday by listing our renovation project in the Dekalb Champion. All information is there for companies interested in bidding on the bulk of the work. The building... read more

FODAC Wins National Awards

October 13, 2009

Friends of Disabled Adults and Children, Too! (FODAC) has been recognized by the Pass it On Center for its work recycling assistive technology and distributing it to people with disabilities. FODAC won... read more

Construction Ahead

August 5, 2009Construction Ahead

Supporters of FODAC will be excited to learn that our building project campaign is in full gear now! We are fully engaged in raising $1.1 million for renovations for program enhancement and capacity building.... read more

Students spend spring break at FODAC

May 4, 2009Students spend spring break at FODAC

A group of students from Boston University spent a week in March volunteering at FODAC as part of the school’s “alternative spring break” program. The students performed a variety of... read more

Ciba Vision Employees Volunteer at FODAC

April 27, 2009Ciba Vision Employees Volunteer at FODAC

On Thursday, April 23, 21 employees from Duluth-based Ciba Vision spent the day volunteering at FODAC. Their duties included refurbishing wheelchairs, working in the warehouse and beautifying the grounds. We... read more

Hurricane Ike Relief Efforts from FODAC

October 28, 2008

FODAC Press Release (Stone Mountain, GA) — Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC), in conjunction with Portlight Strategies of Charleston, SC and the American Red Cross of South Florida,... read more

FODAC sends 2nd Hurricane Ike shipment

October 28, 2008

FODAC Press Release (Stone Mountain, GA) — Healthcare Dynamics is assisting Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC), FODAC by providing wheelchairs to people displaced from their home and... read more


Thank you guys so much for helping these students! I know these outdoor activities are the highlight of the year for some of these kiddos and most of the time, our wheelchair bound students try to avoid coming to school those days.  Without you guys, having them participate could be almost impossible! I know they will be SO excited to be able to explore their outdoor learning environment like their typical peers!

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