Champions Community Foundation

To enhance the lives of young adults with physical disabilities, Champions Community Foundation (CFF) is currently committed to two initiatives – Champions Place and Titan Wheelchair Sports.  The tremendous growth of the Titan program illuminated the need for Champions Place.  And for Champions Place, the Titan program will be integral to providing much needed activities to keep the residents of Champions Place socially active.


Champions Place Rendering

Champions Place Rendering


Champions Place Vision

A shared living community that provides young adults with physical challenges the opportunity to live independently and experience a sustainable, self-sufficient and resilient life in their community.  There are very few, if any, options like Champions Place available to the physically challenged both regionally and nationally today.

Titans Wheelchair Sports

The Titans Wheelchair sports program, formed in 2010, was originally created as a special needs ministry of Mount Pisgah UMC, in Johns Creek, Georgia.  The Mount Pisgah community continues to support The Titans today with the use of their gym, volunteers and generous giving from its members.