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North Fulton Child Development Association Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Child Day Care, Children & Youth, Education, Preschools

Mission: The CDA''s mission is: To enable to preschool children of low-income, working families to make a great start toward a bright future by providing affordable childcare and early learning education programs.

Target demographics: Children (ages 1-5) with low-income, working parents in metro-Atlanta.

Direct beneficiaries per year: ~500

Geographic areas served: Metro-Atlanta

Programs: The CDA provides two state-funded Pre-Kindergarten classrooms with the following goals:
1. Promote the cognitive, social and physical development of young children
2. Prepare children for academic and social success in school and in life
3. Provide Extended Care for full-time working parents

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters



Rating: 5

When I want my precious charitable dollars to make a difference in the lives of children with tremendous potential I joyfully give to the Child Development Association. After having toured and spent time visiting several preschools, in Georgia, California, and Hawaii, I would entrust the CDA with my preparing my children to be future academic leaders. It is the combination of invested leadership, with experience and natural talent, an engaged Board, and teachers which are constantly improving their teaching skills which makes the CDA a charity to consider for your charitable legacy. Nathan Hartman, Esq.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

My business centers around helping people protect and transfer assets to their loved ones. This often includes working closely with charities who are the beneficiaries. Of the charities I have worked with over the years, very few work as effectively to improve the lives of women and children like the Child Development Association. By adhering to the highest quality of education for the children of working mother's the CDA is investing in a bright future for everyone. I can't recommend more highly learning more about the good work they do.



Rating: 5

I have been the Site Coordinator of the Smith Plantation since November, 2000. When I first got here we started doing an Easter Egg Hune for the CDA and have continued that all these years. We have conducted the hunts here at the Smith Plantation as well as taking the Easter Bunny and refreshments to the Cener. We have also taken up gifts at Christmas numerous years and delivered those to the Center. I have always been so impressed with the Center, the staff, and most of all the well behaved nice children. I have nothing but good things to say about the CDA. It has been and continues to be a real asset to the Roswell community, and I have enjoyed the Smith Plantation's assocaition with the CDA.