This year we are happily sponsoring one of the most magical holiday events in our fair city: Holiday House at Atlanta Children’s Center. Support this great cause and organization by donating a toy.
Every year, the Atlanta Children’s Shelter hosts it’s Holiday House event that supports homeless, formerly homeless, and low-income parents by empowering them to shop for free at the Atlanta Children’s Shelter. Our goal is to alleviate the financial burden of holiday shopping while providing families with holiday cheer. In 2021, we were able to give holiday cheer to over 300 children and we hope to help even more this year! This year’s event will take place December 12th-December 16th.
Vaxa Factor is sponsoring this great event and we are reaching out to our entire community to help us by donating a toy or gift. We’ve even made it easy by creating an Amazon and Target wishlists you can order directly from it. Help make a child’s Christmas wish come true.
About Atlanta Children’s Shelter
Founded in 1986 by the Junior League of Atlanta and located in the North Avenue Presbyterian Church, the Atlanta Children’s Shelter provides free, quality day care, emotional support, an educational curriculum for homeless children, and focused social services for their families.
Dedicated to helping families overcome the issues that contribute to homelessness, including domestic violence and job loss, the Atlanta Children’s Shelter focuses on the long term self sufficiency of the family – which sets us apart from other Atlanta homeless shelters.
Since 1986, the Atlanta Children’s Shelter has cared for almost 8,000 children and provided services for more than 5,000 families.
About Vaxa Factor
Vaxa Factor’s mission is to enable women entrepreneurs by bringing together business education, community, resource connections and funding in a single place. Our goal is to be different by enabling our founders to be the best possible business leaders while knocking down walls that disproportionately limit the opportunities. Most importantly, we want founders, community partners and investment partners not just talk about deploying capital to women, but to do it.
Anyone interested in learning more can visit our get engaged page to get involved.