Kid's Cup exists to provide vital support to foster, kinship placement, and needy children and the families who care for them.
Our community closet will open by appointment only in September 2021.
The clothing and supplies are free, but the support shown to the children and the families who care for them is priceless.
Below are some Frequently Asked Questions regarding Kid's Cup. For more information regarding program eligibility and available appointments, please call 478.290.8871.
Frequently Asked Questions
When will Kid's Cup open?
Kid's Cup will begin accepting appointments to "shop" in September 2021. We are diligently working to build, stock, and staff the closet so that we can be ready to meet every need that arises. If you would like to refer a child or family, please visit our Refer a Child section of this site.
Who is eligible to obtain free clothing and supplies at Kid's Cup?
Foster, kinship placement, homeless, and other children in need are eligible to “shop” at Kid's Cup Closet. Children should be referred by a community partner including but not limited to DFCS, school systems, law enforcement, Georgia Department of Mental Health, and churches. This includes all Georgia foster children living in DFCS custody and children living in DFCS approved relative and grandparent placement homes. This also includes individuals over the age of 18 who have signed themselves back into DFCS custody.
How often can a child visit Kid's Cup?
Children can receive clothing on a quarterly basis or after a growth spurt.
Do I need an appointment?
We will begin accepting appointments in September 2021. Please call 478.290.8871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment to shop. We want to make sure that your child gets everything he or she needs by providing you with individualized attention. Please make every attempt to honor your appointment time. If you are unable to make your appointment, we appreciate 24 hours notification.
What items are available?
*Sizes range from newborn through teen
School supplies, backpacks
Shoes, upon availability
Personal blankets or throws
How many items can a child have?
Depending on supply and need, each child receives 3 to 7 outfits of clothing including a package of new socks and underwear. Each child will also receive items such as toiletries, school supplies, toys, books, and shoes. The number of other items given out varies according to the child's need and the supply available.
What if a child leaves my home?
Items at Kid's Cup are intended to be used by the foster child and are not intended for resale. Any item given to a child by Kid's Cup should remain with the child in the event the child leaves your home.