WSB Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns to Host Friends of Disabled Adults and Children Annual “Breakfast with Santa”

   
WHO: Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC)
     
WHAT: FODAC Breakfast with Santa  
     
WHEN: Saturday, December 14, 2019

10:00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.

Seating starts at 9.30 a.m.

 
WHERE: Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort

Stone Mountain Park

4021 Lakeview Drive

Stone Mountain, Georgia

 
WHY: Join WSB Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns and the “Man in Red” himself for a festive holiday breakfast! The event will include a gourmet breakfast buffet; free park admission with an all-attractions pass for each person ($34.95 value); carol sing-along; a toy for each child; and an opportunity to meet and take pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus, their friends and of course the elves.

 

Professional photographer on site at the event will take photos, which will be available via free online download.

 

Tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for children ages 6 -11; children 5 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. All proceeds benefit FODAC.

 

For registration and info, visit fodac.org/breakfast.

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ABOUT FODAC

For over 30 years, Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC) has helped people with injuries and disabilities of all ages regain their mobility, independence and quality of life. The non-profit organization provides more than $10 million annually in refurbished home medical equipment (HME) and home modifications in Georgia and across the United States, all at little or no cost to the recipients. A pioneer in re-use, FODAC keeps 400 tons of materials out of landfills each year by refurbishing and reissuing over 700 HME items every month, and is recognized nationally for best practices. Since 2014, FODAC has maintained a 4-star rating, the highest, with Charity Navigator, a watch dog agency that evaluates and rates over 9,000 of the nation’s charities.

 

In 2013, Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) appointed FODAC to serve as the statewide distributor of HME and assistive technology in the event of a large population-affecting emergency situation. In this role, FODAC will warehouse the HME and other equipment, then, working with GEMA and the American Red Cross (ARC) of Georgia, will coordinate the delivery and distribution to emergency shelters around the state.

 

For more information on FODAC and its programs, visit fodac.org, or follow FODAC on FacebookInstagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.

 

 
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