Your Help Is Urgently Needed!

A young Atlanta woman needs your help tonight.  Emily (not her real name) is a young single mother of two, a one and a two-year-old. She’s also expecting her third child in the next few months. Emily is living with several developmental disabilities and receives support services from All About Developmental Disabilities in order to live a meaningful life independently in the community.

But on the night of March 30 her apartment caught fire and she lost all her possessions. AADD is working to find her a place to live and replace her clothes, furniture, toys for the kids, etc.  But we need your help as we raise $7,500 to cover the cost of what Emily will need to get back on her feet.

Click on the “Donate Now” button below and enter the amount you’d like to donate to Emily.  No amount is too small.

Help us help Emily!





For many of the children, adults, and families living with developmental disabilities, AADD can mean the difference between stability and homelessness, illness and health, isolation and inclusion, discrimination and dignity.

You can play a major role in helping us ensure that no family is ever turned away. Your donation can make it possible for us to provide family support, employment services and community integration opportunities. AADD is a 501 (c)(3) Georgia non-profit organization.

Your donations help to:

  • Support individuals and their families who need housing, help paying utilities bills, food, and key household items like cleaning supplies, linens, kitchen utensils, car seats, booster chairs, baby clothes, and formula.
  • Conduct important workshops on topics like special needs trusts, sexuality, transition, employment, and self-directing waiver funds.
  • Provide support services to families in crisis.
  • Provide scholarships for young adults to get job training, employment placement and on-the-job coaching.
  • Develop a legislative agenda and host advocates at the Capitol during the legislative session.
  • Host kitchen table conversations with legislators and train parents and individuals on advocacy to impact change in our state.

Many employers will match funds donated by employees. Be sure to check with your employer to maximize your giving impact!

Payment Options

Credit Card

To make a credit card donation, please use our online donation form.


Contributions by check made payable to AADD, Inc. may be mailed to the address below:

All About Developmental Disabilities
125 Clairemont Avenue, Suite 300
Decatur, GA 30030


Your donation of an appreciated security can provide tax advantages related to capital gains in addition to the standard charitable deduction as a donor. To make a gift, please contact our Executive Director, Kathy Keeley, at (404) 809-2951.

Please note that your contribution may be made as a tribute in honor or in memory of a friend, caregiver, colleague, or loved one.

Easy Ways To Give

Kroger Community Awards

Register AADD as your chosen recipient on your Kroger Plus Card and for every qualifying purchase, AADD will receive a percentage.


Designate All About Developmental Disabilities in your workplace giving through United Way.

Georgia Gives Day is a “flash mob of giving” focusing raising as much money as possible for Georgia’s nonprofits during on e twenty-four hour period. We hope you will consider supporting AADD on Georgia Gives Day.