Your support helps FODAC provide needed medical equipment along with home and vehicle modifications to people with disabilities. Click the here for more information
You can now find items from the FODAC Thrift Store on Craigslist. Just go to atlanta.craigslist.org and search “fodac”. Here’s an example.
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FODAC recently sent 172 power wheelchairs overseas through the ministry of Hope Haven, International. Of the 172 chairs, 116 were adult chairs and 56 were children’s chairs. These chairs will be... read more
AT&T has awarded a $33,000 grant jointly to FODAC and its technology partner, ReBoot. The two organizations are combining forces to distribute medical equipment and computers to people with disabilities... read more
WSB Radio’s Scott Slade and Heidi Mason brought out their McDonald’s Breakfast Break to help kick off today’s re-opening of the FODAC Thrift Store today (Back L-R: Lloyd Ames, Chris Brand,... read more
The foundation has been set and the slabs are about to be poured on FODAC’s new 3,000 square foot ReMount building. The building will allow FODAC double its capacity to make vehicle modifications, providing... read more
Mediquip (formerly Priority Health Care) and Point of Need are working with FODAC on a volunteer basis to assist clients in obtaining Medicare, Medicaid, or insurance benefits for medical equipment. They... read more
Help FODAC continue to provide medical equipment along with home and vehicle modifications for people with disabilities. Click here for more information on becoming a corporate sponsor.
My Time to Care, a caregiver group started at First Baptist Church of Atlanta, will start holding its monthly board meeting at FODAC. The meetings will help further develop the relationship between FODAC... read more