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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Crime & Law, Economic Development, Inmate Support, Urban & Community Economic Development, Youth Development

Mission: AIM's mission is: To inspire hope in children of imprisoned mothers and their families by providing programs and services that lessen the impact of the mother's incarceration.

Programs: After school program, family visitation to prisons, summer camp, maintenance of websites to provide information to public about problems faced by children of inmate mothers.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Christopher R.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have volunteered for this organization and I can say that the service that this program is doing for the families in this metro Atlanta community is absolutely heartwarming. It's one thing to read the mission statement but it's another thing to actually experience what it's like for the children to go on 4+ hour long drives to see their mothers in prison or even to help them with their homework in the afterschool program. My life has been extremely enlightened through my time with the program and I can confidently say that I believe in everything that they stand for. Foreverfamily provides more than just a helping hand, they help strengthen families.

Joshua6

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have worked at Foreverfamily as a Development Intern during the summer of 2012. I really enjoy the work atmosphere at the Atlanta, GA program office, and the kids in our community have so much energy! It touches my heart to be able to take the children on prison visits to see their mothers - that's when I know we are really making a difference and changing lives. You can also volunteer with Foreverfamily in the great locations Louisville, KY and Austin, TX. It is a privilege to help with the inspiring mission of "surrounding children with the love of family."