Community partners have granted more than $1 million to CAC in 2020 for COVID relief efforts. The generosity of these long-time community supporters as well as faithful congregations, individuals, and businesses, has allowed CAC to respond very quickly to help families hit the hardest by the pandemic.
CAC has modified services in response to the coronavirus outbreak and is focused on providing basic needs of food and rent assistance to those most impacted. Click here to request assistance and for updated food pantry hours.
You can help our neighbors who are experiencing difficult times due to the impact of COVID-19. Please give to the CAC Emergency Relief Fund to help prevent homelessness and provide food. If you can please donate food, the pantry is in need of staples. You may also volunteer or spearhead an Online Group Funding Drive.
August computer classes include Social Media, Word and Excel! Classes are being offered online during the COVID-19 pandemic. CAC’s free adult education classes focus on enhancing life skills and improving job skills! Or, join us as a volunteer and teach a class!
Together we can help local children prepare for the upcoming school year! Just $40 provides a child with a new backpack and school supplies! You may also join our volunteer team to help pack backpacks!
Register children for free school supplies from CAC! The program is open to school age children of lower-income families who live in Sandy Springs, Dunwoody and the part of Doraville served by Dunwoody schools.
CAC has volunteer opportunities available! Consider being a part of our team as CAC revises and re-opens services following recommended safety guidelines. Join us in helping our neighbors who are facing difficult times due to the COVID-19 economic shutdown.
Food Pantry open for distribution and donations Mon Wed Fri.
Thrift Shop to re-open Mon Aug. 17
Click here for all service modifications.
For information on the coronavirus please visit these websites: