We are dedicated to Keep People Moving!
Welcome to Fodac
With a strong regional and national network
Our volunteers and partners allow FODAC to provide refurbished home medical equipment (HME) and services for adults and children with disabilities. Over the years, our model has remained the same: to collect new and gently used HME and provide it to those with the greatest need. Please search our site for all of our programs and information on ways to get involved.
Decades of helping adults and children with disabilities
Ed and the late Annie Butchart first saw the need for HME equipment and repairs while serving the community though Mount Carmel Christian Church. In 1985, they started collecting and repairing equipment in their garage for those in need. In 1986, the Butcharts formally incorporated FODAC.
Since then, the organization has helped people ranging in age from 18 months to 105 years of age. The leadership also changed in 2001 from the Founders to the current President, Chris Brand, who helped guide FODAC through tremendous growth and expansion of services and scope.
FODAC is currently housed in a 64,800 square foot building in Tucker, Georgia with a full-time staff of 35, and an annual budget of over $1.5 million.
Friends of Disabled Adults and Children exists to glorify God by enhancing the quality of life for those who are mobility-impaired due to any physical disability, illness, or injury.
FODAC’s programs for adults and children with disabilities make impactful, life-changing differences.
- HOME MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
- HOME MODIFICATIONS
- VEHICLE MODIFICATIONS
- COMPUTER REFURBISHING
- ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY STATEWIDE PARTNERS (GEORGIA)
For more than 35 years, FODAC has leveraged our strong network of volunteers and partners to provide the equipment and services that create a better quality of life for adults and children with disabilities.
If you or someone you know needs medical equipment or supplies, or you want to volunteer, contact FODAC to learn more about all our programs for adults and children with disabilities.