Service Projects

Fundraising from events like this enable the Titan program to offer uniforms, sport wheelchairs and social events to Titan families at no charge, and fund quarterly service projects where the Titans give back to their local community. 

Upcoming Service Projects

Special Needs Awareness Project at Cambridge High School

  • Thursday afternoon, Feb 23.
  • To promote awareness of your abilities!!!
  • Time, address tp follow

EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN'S Week at Northview High School

  • Wednesday afternoon, March 8.
  • To promote awareness of your abilities!!!
  • More info to come!

previous service projects:

North atlanta christmas festival

Sunday, december 13th

The Titans love to give back to the community.  The North Atlanta Christmas Festival at the Mt. Pisgah Methodist Church in Johns Creek requested Titan members to help in the following ways:

  • Parking lot assitance
  • Greeters throughout Mt. Pisgah at all entrances
  • Handing out programs at the santuary prior to start of performance.
  • Saying "Merry Christmas!" and spreading Christmas cheer!

Earth Day: Celebrating with the city of Milton 

SATURDAY, APRIL 18TH

The Titans helped the city of Milton celebrate Earth Day by demonstrating wheelchair sports fundamentals to an excited, enthusiastic crowd. The highlight of the day occurred when the Titans took on all challengers and trained people of all ages to use the wheelchairs and to perform basic ball handling skills. Lines of people eager to play with the Titans formed and remained throughout the afternoon.

Even Milton city leaders participated in the festivities and learned wheelchair sports fundamentals from the Titans. Throughout the afternoon, Coach Randall and Coach Kehoe managed the activities and made sure that as many citizens as possible were able to take a turn with the Titans.

The Titans answered questions about using a wheelchair and about fundamental ball handling skills all day. They were always ready to respond to the public with a smile and a helpful hint or two. Both children and adults left the Earth Day celebration with a better understanding of wheelchair sports skills and with a greater knowledge of the Titans and all that they stand for.

A tremendous service was provided to the city of Milton by the Titans and the Milton community is a better place because of the efforts that the Titans made to share their knowledge and skill with citizens of all ages. Thank you Titans!

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 Chris Lagerbloom, the Milton City Manager, takes a turn with the Titans

Chris Lagerbloom, the Milton City Manager, takes a turn with the Titans

  Lines of citizens form at the Milton Earth Day celebration waiting to learn wheelchair sports fundamentals from the Titans


Lines of citizens form at the Milton Earth Day celebration waiting to learn wheelchair sports fundamentals from the Titans

Project Hughie

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Hughie was confined to his home and his grandmother, who is the sole provider and care giver for Hughie, needed some help.   The Titans raised $5,000 to help Hughie and his grandmother buy a van.

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Brylee's Christmas

Brylee is 4 years old and has down's syndrome.  He also has some significant physical challenges (walks with a walker and AFOs).  In late 2014, Brylee needed a kidney transplant and spent considerable time in the ICU due to related complications.  Brylee’s mom had to stop working to take care of Brylee – the family was going through some difficult times.  To provide some much needed help that Christmas season, the Titans pulled together to lift this family up with gifts for Brylee and some much needed financial help via gift cards.  

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Hands of Love Orphan Scholarship

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Over the past several years, the Titans have sponsored two orphans in Uganda – Rose and Godfrey.   Aids left both of these children as orphans, but through Hands of Love, the Titans provide them hope by giving a bed, food, medical services and education.  

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