Good Money Giveaway Voting now Available
The finalists have been chosen and voting is now open for our Good Money Giveaway! To see our finalists and to vote, please click here and choose the organization you think should receive $5,000. You are allowed to vote once per day through Monday, December 12. Best of luck to these great organizations!
Sunshine on a Ranney Day
Sunshine on a Ranney Day (SOARD) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit approved organization based in Atlanta, Georgia that was founded in 2012 by Peter and Holly Ranney. The vision of Sunshine on a Ranney Day is to renovate homes for children with special needs and restoring hope for families. They are a licensed general contractor that specializes in wheelchair accessible bathrooms, dream bedrooms, in-home therapy rooms and wheelchair ramps/lifts.
Georgia Cares is the single, statewide coordinating non-profit agency connecting services and treatment care for child victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking. Georgia Cares serves any and all youth who have been victimized in the state of Georgia. Their mission is to ensure that child sex trafficking victims receive quality care and services in the state of Georgia.
Lighthouse Family Retreat
Lighthouse Family Retreat serves families living through childhood cancer by creating environments on seaside retreats where they can rest, restore relationships, experience joy and find hope in God. Their program offers fun, family-centered activities to help them “feel like a family” again.
Camp Dream is a recreational, traditional summer camp experience for children and young adults with moderate to severe physical and developmental disabilities. Their mission is to improve the quality of life for children and young adults with special needs through operation of summer camps and other recreational and educational opportunities.
MUST Ministries addresses the basic needs of individuals, families, and children in northwest metropolitan Atlanta. MUST is unique among social service agencies in the metro-Atlanta area, offering comprehensive services such as emergency shelter, transitional housing and recovery from homelessness, housing for disabled clients, meals, groceries, clothing, job readiness training and placement, children’s programs, community support groups, and affordable housing.