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3D Girls, Inc. Impact since March 2020

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Routes in Metro-Atlanta
(Clayton, Dekalb, Fulton & City of Atlanta)

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Community Partners

REACHING MOTHERS IN NEED DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The Georgia Department of Community Affairs Rental Assistance Program

As of February 1, 2022, 3D Girls, Inc. will forward all request of rental and mortgage assistance to The Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Rental Assistance Program.money is distributed directly to landlords and service providers, where applicable, and eligible applicants will receive up to 18 months of payment relief. Individuals must qualify for unemployment or have experienced a financial hardship since March 13, 2020; demonstrate a risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability; and have household income at or below 80 percent of the area median income (AMI).
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Categories of 3D Girls, Inc. Assistance

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.

Food*Groceries can be provided to sustain families for one week, not to exceed the stated maximum annual allotment
Utility Assistance*Emergency utility assistance is available to families in given situations where there is a risk of loss of service. A past due bill (rears notice), disconnection notice or payment arrangement notification must be provided to qualify.
Diaper Distribution*Families receiving diapers must be TANF eligible or currently enrolled in TANF, Medicaid, Food Stamps, and/or SSI; and the caregiver must be a Georgia Resident/US Citizen/Legal Immigrants.
Transportation*Transportation assistance is available in the form of MARTA cards, or pay for van or cab transportation necessary for families to access medical care or to get to/from school, where no other support or method is available.

* COVID-Relief Emergency Funds eligible category – max of one-time per year and not to exceed $250.

Emergency Assistance Registration 

Request assistance by clicking the link below.

Request Assistance

CLIENT STATS

  • 80% African-American; 13% Latino/Hispanic; 3% Asian/Pacific Islander; 4% White
  • 48.8% Unemployed; 22.3% Part-time Employed; 28.9% Full-time Employed
  • 78% Have stable housing; 22% do not have stable housing
  • 50% do not have reliable transportation; utilizes public transportation/ride share services.
  • 100% of clients live below the federal poverty level and receive one or more assistance in the form of TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), SNAP (Food Stamps), Georgia WIC, Section 8 – Housing, Income-Based Housing.
8 COMMUNITY BABY SHOWERS
In the month of June, 3D Girls, Inc. partnered with The Dekalb County Board of Health’s M.O.R..E. Initiative to provide expecting mothers with resources during our “Pop Up” Community Baby showers. Our teams united to deliver a socially distant, fun-filled experience to homes/yards of expectant clients who have been impacted by COVID-19.
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5 OUT OF 7 FAMILIES

Indicated that loss of work and or income has significantly impacted their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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