Fabulous Friends in Philanthropy Inc. is a non-profit organization that was created to promote charitable giving while empowering homeless girls.
The fastest growing group of homeless people is children under 9 years of age. Georgia ranks 49th overall for the number of homeless children. In total, there are 58,397 homeless children – 26,329 are enrolled in K-8 and 56% are African-American. 48% of all the children in Atlanta in poverty live in families with annual incomes of less than $15,000 a year.
Our primary goal is to reduce conditions contributing to the lack of access. We accomplish this through our Petals in Bloom Scholarship Fund, promotion of charitable giving and collaboration with local agencies, government and businesses to assist in the prevention of homelessness in our community.
“Many small people, in many small places, do many small things, that can alter the face of the world.” Anonymous
Fabulous Friends in Philanthropy is a a 501C(3) nonprofit organization
Meet the Founder:Kim’s passion for community service is evident by her active involvement in her community. Her current board service includes Atlanta Fire Foundation, American Red Cross Minority Recruitment Board (Co-Chair), American Red Cross Business Council, Army Explorers and the Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity Think Tank. She also served on the SafeKids GA board of directors from 2009-2012, Children’s Restoration Network from 2012-2014 and was the Co-Chair for the Mentor committee of the SafeAmerica Foundation.
Kim has been a dedicated volunteer at United Way of Greater Atlanta for several years. She is a Community Investment Volunteer, a United Way V.I.P. Alumnus and has served as an Employee Campaign Manager for Nationwide Insurance (Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina) from 2007-2013. She is also the Homeless Representative of the Community Investment Committee, which makes funding recommendations to the United Way Board of Directors. She has volunteered with Each One Save One, I AM BEAUTIFUL, Community Consulting Teams of Atlanta, Kids in Need (Atlanta Community Food Bank), the Gwinnett County March of Dimes, M.A.D.D., St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and has served on several host committees.
Kim was featured in the 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 issues of Who’s Who in Black Atlanta, is the recipient of the 2012 Presidential Drum Major for Service Volunteer Service Award, and several other community awards. She was also featured in the Fall 2011 edition of the Strayer University Scholar Magazine and the September 2014 issue of The Atlantan Magazine’s Women of Power and Influence.
She is also the owner of The Bougie Pooch Pet Boutique where she provides small business mentorship to homeless girls in the local Atlanta area.
A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Kim currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.