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Emergency Assistance Registration Update

Dear Valued Community,

At 3D Girls, Inc., we are deeply committed to empowering girls and supporting their families. We understand the critical role families play in fostering the growth and success of our program participants.

However, due to the recent economic downturn and a lack of funding to meet the ever-growing needs of our community, we have had to make some difficult decisions regarding our Emergency Assistance Program.

Effective immediately, we will be revising the program to focus solely on supporting the families of girls currently enrolled in our Girls Link Up Programming. This will allow us to concentrate our resources on those already actively engaged with our organization.

We understand this change may cause disappointment, and we sincerely apologize to anyone who may be impacted. We wish we could continue to serve everyone in need, but the current economic climate requires us to prioritize existing program families.

Here’s a breakdown of the changes:

  • Effective Date: March 30, 2024
  • New Focus: Emergency assistance will be available exclusively to families of girls enrolled in Girls Link Up Programming and within our school partner network.
  • Out-of-Network Applications: We will no longer be accepting applications or referrals from outside our current network.
  • Previous Requests: Due to the overwhelming need during February and March 2024, we are unfortunately unable to honor any requests submitted within this timeframe.

We are actively exploring alternative avenues for expanding our program reach and securing additional funding. In the meantime, we are committed to leveraging existing partnerships with our schools to offer support to families within the communities we directly serve.

We value your understanding and continued support. 

Thank you for your dedication to empowering girls!


The 3D Girls, Inc. Team

Additional Resources for Families Seeking Assistance:

Buckhead Christian Ministries To be considered to receive financial assistance for rent, mortgage, or utilities an application must be completed, submitted, and eligibility must be determined by a BCM Georgia representative.


Zion Hill CDC – The Stepping Ahead Program II The Stepping Ahead II program provides help to those in need. To receive assistance through Stepping Ahead II you must reside in one of the following 8 South Fulton communities: East Point, College Park, City of South Fulton, Fairburn, Hapeville, Palmetto, Union City and Chattahoochee Hills.
Decatur Cooperative MinistryDecatur Cooperative Ministry will provide direct financial aid to prevent eviction, utility disconnection and relocation assistance to residents of DeKalb County, Commission District 5. Applicants must be a resident of DeKalb County, Commission District 5.


Homeless & Need Assistance Assistance to people experiencing homelessness in Georgia is provided through our Continuum of Care network, or CoCs for short. There are 8 CoC’s in the state that serves local areas. Below are Continuum of Care contacts listed by county, and a link to an interactive map where you can identify local homeless services access points.


Hosea Helps

Hosea Helps’ Headquarters  is open Tuesday – Saturday from 11:00am – 5:00pm to support individuals with Emergency Food & Water, Get or Renew Food Stamps, Eligibility Screening for Rent & Utility Assistance and to complete community service hours.

2545 Forrest Hills Dr. SW, Atlanta GA 30315  404.755.3353


SafeHouse Outreach SafeHouse services include: Helping individuals get their Birth Certificate, ID, and Social Security Card, Family Reunifications, Finding and securing housing, Behavioral health concerns, Employment training and Rental and/or Utility assistance

If you need assistance reach to the Director of Programs, Yolanda McGee:


Urban League of Greater AtlantaThe Urban League of Greater Atlanta’s Financial Empowerment and Emergency Relief Center (FEERC) provides resources for individuals experiencing hardships. Learn more here.


3D Girls, Inc. Impact since March 2020

Since March 2020, 3D Girls, Inc. has supported over 500 women and girls who’ve experienced a lack of access to essential materials during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to strategically provide resources to families impacted by hardships, we have launched an Emergency Assistance Program. The purpose of this initiative is to provide emergency financial assistance and resources to families who are most vulnerable during these times.

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