Sponsor One Student, Change a Life
We can each do our part to help change the lives of Atlanta students by investing in one student's path to success for 1 year.
It costs $1,437 each year to serve a student and help them stay on the right path to working hard in school and reaching their goals to live a better life.
Support comes in a range of shapes and sizes as the in-school staff meet academic, social, emotional and physical needs.
In-school staff are often the greatest and sometimes the only champions in our student's lives, but you can join the support team.
Communities in Schools of Atlanta's Board Member, Yglesias Hollis shares her thoughts on why she supports our mission to save one child at a time.
Your investment will cover the cost of supporting one case-managed student for an entire school year. Students receive individualized support with academic assistance, life skills development, home visits, and family emergency support.
$1,437.00 One year of support for a CIS of Atlanta student OR $120 per month
$718.50 One half of a school year OR $60 per month
$359.25 One quarter of a school year OR $32 per month
Donation of your choice. Every donation counts.
PLEDGE YOUR SUPPORT:
Communities In Schools (CIS) of Atlanta works inside K-12 schools full time to build relationships with students
that empower them to stay in school and succeed in life.
OUR PROVEN RESULTS
Among the students that received our most intensive support:
WERE PROMOTED TO THE NEXT GRADE OR GRADUATED
Providing access to Tutoring, Test Preparation, Academic Enrichment, Literacy, and more.
Child Care, Emergency Housing & Shelter, Public/Financial Assistance, Transportation, and more.
Anger Management/Conflict Resolution, Bullying/Violence Prevention/Positive School Climate, Classroom Behavior/Modification and more.
Case Consultation/Student Support Plans, Student Advocacy, Home Visit/Parent/ Care Giver Contact, Counseling and more.
Additional services include:
College & Career Preparation, Community Service/Service Learning, Enrichment/ Motivation, Family Engagement, Life/Social Skills, Physical Health, Mental Health, & Site Coordination