Adventure Bags Inc.

Rating: 4.93 stars   27 reviews

Address:

P O Box 702 Auburn GA 30011 USA

Mission:

The mission is to help distribute across Georgia ADVENTURE BAGS to agencies in Georgia. With these bags it is our desire to begin an ongoing opportunity to help agencies give children who are displaced something of their own to feel a sense of security when what they knew to be home, is not an option at that time.

Results:

Over 2,000 book bags have been distributed to agencies in 29 counties since our "kick off" October 15, 2011

Target demographics:

children in crisis.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

1069 children in 28 counties of GA

Geographic areas served:

/with 29 GA counties

Programs:

Book bags filled with essentials used every day as well as comfort items such as coloring books, crayons, journals, pens, pencils, small toy/activity and always a stuffed animal. These bags are given to children from infant to 18 years.

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678-425-0316
www.adventurebags.org

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Reviews for Adventure Bags Inc.

Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

Adventure Bags is one of the best non profits in the state of Georgia. They make a difference in every county they serve by helping children in need. Great organization!

 
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Rating: 4 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

Adventure Bags is an organization that seeks to meet a great need in a child's life! When a child has a need for necessities and they are many times placed in an awkward position the bag can be a comfort. The hands and hearts of Debbie, her family and the volunteers that make this work possible touch the lives of children in North Georgia in a special way. This is an awesome opportunity for our community to sow a seed in a child's life.

 
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