"Changing our future – One child at a time"
MADF Supports the following Programs
Carrie Steel-Pits Home, Inc.
Carrie Steele - Pitts Home:  Carrie Steele - Pitts Home is a private, nonprofit, and nondiscriminatory child caring agency that provides 24-hour state approved residency for neglected, abandoned abused or orphaned. Through the services of caring informed, and responsible staff, the Home aims to maintain a family environment that fosters the physical, social-emotional, mental and spiritual development of each child... [learn more]
Love T. Nolan Elementary
Love T. Nolan Elementary - MADF has joined in to support "The Gentlemen's Club" and "The Angel in You Club".  These clubs consist of boys and girls in grades 3 - 5 who are challenged in the area of self-esteem, academics,and/ or behavior.  We're able to help mentor the students in these areas, helping them make better choices by exposing them to outside resources, such as guest speakers, who stress the importance of making good grades and how to put themselves in position to make the right choices.  Students are also trained on proper etiquette when in various outside venues such as plays and restaurants.  In addition, the kids are also given the opportunity to be in leadership roles throughout the school and serve as hosts and hostesses for school activities requiring them to dress in special attire which distinguishes them from other students
Gentle On The Move
Gentlemen On The Move -  Created by Dr. Deryl Bailey, assistant professor of counseling and human development at the University of Georgia, project Gentlemen on the Move is a developmental and comprehensive initiative.  It aims to transform adolescent African American males, by assessing where they are, where they should be (academically and socially), and providing them with the necessary tools to complete the transformation. Bailey created GOTM 15 years ago while working as a counselor in North Carolina high schools.  The major purposes of project Gentlemen on the move are to provide  positive group experiences for male students, especially African American males; exciting cultural, educational, and recreational experiences for group members; instill in its members a true sense of unity; develop realistic academic, social, and personal goals and opportunities to accomplish these goals, give group members an opportunity to provide services to the community via community service projects; provide opportunities to serve as role models to younger students in the community, and assist members in realizing and using their abilities and potential.  Many of the young men in the program have had no male role models before joining GOTM and several are from single-parent homes. The program tries to fill a void left by the schools, which have very few African-American men as teachers.  GOTM participants meet every Saturday on the UGA campus to study and work on social skills with graduate students and teachers from UGA and Cedar Shoals High School who volunteer as teachers and tutors.
Lawrenceville Youth Baseball Association
Lawrenceville Youth Baseball Association.  MADF  "steps up to the plate" once again and stays true to it's "vision" of supporting girls and boys recreational activities by becoming a title sponsor of the Rhodes Jordan Little League Cubs.   A member of the Lawrenceville Youth Baseball Association (LYBA), the team consists of 3 and 4 year old, girls and boys, learning the fundamentals of baseball along with everyday life lessons such as, good sportsmanship, sharing, commitment, and teamwork.  We proudly sponsor the teams end of the year celebration and banquet, where each kid is honored with trophies and plaques for their hard work and dedication... along with an evening filled with plenty of food, fun and games.  We're truly honored to be associated with such a well coached and organized program and look forward to many more successful seasons.  
My Granny's House
My Granny's House - Foster care and group home facility located in Dekalb County for childrend ages 3 to 18.  MADF has had the priviledge to provided financial support, donate various recreational equipment to the facility, sponsor a clothing and coat drive, sponsor a bowling tournament where proceeds were donated to the facility, and with the help of our sponsor - Equifax, treated the children to a annual trip to Six Flags Over Georgia.  We are truly blessed to be blessing to such a wonderful group of kids and staff.
Save The Children USA
Save The Children USA - In our continuing efforts to rise to the challenge and make a difference in the lives of underprivileged children across the nation, MADF proudly donated much needed funds to the Save the Children USAcampaign... designed specifically to benefit the children of hurricane Katrina.  This campaign focused it's resources on the many displaced children whose lives have been changed forever as a result of this horrific tragedy.  With programs such as trauma support and counseling, to educational activities and creating safe areas for children to gather and play - clearly,Save The Children USA, is doing their part to "Make A Difference" within our communities.  Visit Save The Children USA to learn more about these programs and how you too can rise to the challenge. 
People To People - Youth Ambassador
Horace Dukes Foundation
B'Fly Girls
Oglethorpe Elementary
Meadowview Year Round School
William J. Scott Elementary (Mathmatics Department)
Tri City High School - East Point Georgia
Italian Study Abroad Program - Tuskegee University
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church (Back To School Initiative)
100 Black Men Of Atlanta - Project Success
Marines Toys for Tots Foundation
Kipp: WAYS Academy
Star House Foundation
Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation
Back On Track
The Southern Crescent Pearls Foundation, Inc.
SCLC Women Inc.
The Evelyn Gibson Lowery Civil Rights Heritage Tour
The Scholarship Academy
Swint Elementary Music Department
Field Of Dreams Academy
City Of Refuge - Atlanta
Page Turners Make Great Learners, Inc.