Donate – You Can Make A Difference
Thank you for your interest in making a monetary donation to The Center for Children & Young Adults!
We rely heavily upon the generosity of the community. Your donation can help pay for:
- birthday gifts
- socks, shoes undergarments
- school fees and field trips
- First Aid kits
- school pictures
- transportation fuel
- shelter utilities
- sheets, towels and pillows
- toiletries and hygiene products
- cleaning supplies
Remember your teen years? Pizza after the football games, skating and bowling outings with friends, movies and arcades, cookouts, slumber parties, community sports leagues, dating, cruising the local shopping mall, fixing up an old car with your dad, manicures and pedicures with mom and sisters, weekend jobs, eating out with friends, birthday celebrations, going to band camp, participating in church youth groups, etc. Today, some things have changed for teens like cell phones, texting, Facebook, and cyber coffee shops, but socializing with friends outside of home is still essential to every teens social and emotional growth and development. As a state–licensed home for children, we have to be creative in our planning and approach to create “average” teen experiences and activities for the youth in our care. Your help is greatly needed and appreciated.
*Monetary donations can be made to The Center by check or credit card.
Checks should be made payable to:
The Center for Children & Young Adults or CCYA and mailed to:
CCYA Development Department
2221 Austell Road, Bldg. 1, Suite 100
Marietta, GA 30008
Call Angela Thornton @ (770) 333-9447 ext. 135, Jennifer Labrecque @ ext. 102 or Quinley Whitley @ ext. 112
Via United Way
Campaign Designation #234
The Center for Children & Young Adults is a private non–profit that is classified by the IRS as exempt under IRC Section 501(c)(3). A tax donation letter will be mailed to you upon receipt of your donation. The Center’s tax I.D. is 58-1451180.
Your gift will help The Center continue its mission and will assist in providing daily care for the children, youth and young adults.