Even rain didn't dampen the enthusiasm surrounding the groundbreaking ceremonies for Champions Place — almost 200 people showed up to celebrate this historic event.
"What is the first think you'll do in your new body in heaven?"
Before a wheelchair sports scrimmage, 30 Titans and youth volunteers gather for a short devotion…sharing challenge, fears, hopes and dreams...led by 3 young men, Garrett with spina bifida and Derek and Josh, both who have cerebral palsy.
On a recent Saturday the first question asked by Derek was, “What is the first thing you are going to do in your new body in heaven?”.
Does a $250,000 matching gift from the Geier family inspire you?
What a wonderful Christmas present! The Geier family has pledged to match every dollar donated or pledged toward the building of Champions Place, up to $250.000!!! If we all help match, we will raise $500,000 for Champions Place! We need your help now...
Meet Titan Alyson Carter!
Alyson Carter is an accomplished young adult who deals with the daily challenges of cerebral palsy. Alyson has a degree in Early Childhood Education from Reinhardt University and works at Next Steps Ministries in ...
Georgia tech has joined our team!
Champions Community Foundation is pleased to announce its design partnership with the Georgia Tech College of Design with the express goal of making Champions Place the absolute best-in-class independent living environment for young adults with physical challenges...