CFTH welcomes community activist and Philanthropist Rose Dessous as the new Assistant Director. Ms. Dessous is a long-time resident of Stone Mountain, Georgia and is an advocate for social justice and immigration. Until this recent appointment, Ms. Dessous has served as a volunteer assisting with community events and fundraising.
CFTH is excited to announce we received a grant from Walmart Giving this week! We can’t wait to document the impact this grant will have for our organization and our community. Thanks to this grant we will be able to renovate a space in our office and convert it into a health department approved food […]
On August 24, 2019, The African Union 6th Region USA will hold a press conference and town hall meeting for Q&A in the beautiful and Black city of Atlanta, Georgia to announce their nationwide initiative. The African Union 6th Region USA was formed to unify and organize all 46,000,000 members of The African Diaspora in […]
In an effort to support the Keep Dekalb Beautiful Initiative and to clean our community up, CFTH and our volunteers meet up every 3rd Saturday at clean up the area at the intersection of Memorial Drive and Village Square Lane. This area is plagued by litter and trash thrown out by passing vehicles and those […]
CFTH and our key partner The Brantley Foundation aim to create programs that support, help sustain, and improve the quality of life for our communities. It is this goal that influenced our decision to unite and sponsor The Phenomenal Girls Group Home, a nonprofit 12-week girl’s mentoring program ran by Mrs. Ella Gray. Mrs. Gray’s […]