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Adopt-a-Family: More Than 100 CAC Kids Still Need Holiday Gifts

Dunwoody United Methodist Church is among the donors to the Community Assistance Center's holiday gift program but there as still more than 100 children in need of gifts.

You can Adopt-a-Family with Community Assistance Center and make children’s wishes come true this holiday season.

Generous donors have so far adopted more than 900 local children for holiday gifts. The CAC still has families with more than 100 children available for adoption this holiday season.

Children enrolled are from local families in need who have received assistance from CAC this year. Many of these families have experienced crisis situations due to job loss or illness and are struggling to meet their daily living expenses. 

North Springs United Methodist Church is making CAC Adopt-a-Family children available for adoption to congregation members on their “Angel Tree.” 

Other donors thus far include individuals, families, civic groups, congregations and businesses. CAC member congregations Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church, Dunwoody United Methodist Church, North Atlanta Church of Christ have each “adopted” 100 children. Other organizations adopting groups of children include Rivercliff Lutheran Church, Sandy Springs Rotary, The Goddard School, First Baptist Church of Sandy Springs, IHG - Global Technology, Diversified Trust Company and many more businesses, clubs and individuals. 

Find a list of families available for “adoption” on the CAC website, view children’s wish lists, and adopt online. There is a $50 giving limit per child. Bring new and unwrapped gifts to CAC by Dec. 13. Visit CAC’s Adopt-a-Family at www.ourcac.org.

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