The combination of team work, dedication, determination and a passion for nurturing youth through track and field has resulted in the creation of what has become one of the most dynamic youth organizations in the country.
Founded in 2005 by the Willis’s, Favor House’s premier program Georgia Favor Track Club has continued to produce not only outer champions but inner Champions. The 2011 season has established Georgia Favor Track Club as the most dominant team in Georgia and one of the most recognized programs in the country. Georgia Favor has dominated the state of Georgia and its region. Some of their successes include, Champions at AAU Area 6 Meet in Augusta, Runner-Up Champions at AAU District, undefeated in all open meets in 2011, best all- around both male and female teams in Georgia 2011, broke numerous records, significantly increase number of multi-athletes(23), many earning medals at AAU and Club Nationals, and birthing numerous All-American athletes. Their vision, sacrifices and commitment to excellence has enabled student-athletes to find their hidden gifts, show great heart, determination and team spirit has proven to be a recipe for success on and off the Track .
We have developed into a national competitive tracking field team. It is our goal to help improve the lives of many talented individuals. Georgia Favor House will develop the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of your child. We have established health programs with nutritional diets, exercise, and activities. Georgia Favor House is composed of three groups. We have the Georgia Favor Track Club, College Park Favor Track Team, and Boys of Favor. We encourage your children to join our organization and we look forward to enhancing their lives with our festivities and track and field programs.
Our Programs consist of, recreation, track and field, nutrition. Favor Track Club and the Youth Programs caters to children of ages 4 – 12. We have participated in several competitions and have won championships. If you are looking to improve your child’s physical performance and well-being then please contact us today.
Outdoor Service Day tasks include
- spreading mulch
- planting flowers
- and more!
What to wear, and what to bring
- wear comfortable clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty (long sleeve shirts, long pants and closed-toe shoes are recommended).
- bring a reusable water bottle, bug spray, and sunscreen.
- Please note: this project is not wheelchair accessible. Court-ordered volunteers are not permitted to serve. Youth volunteers must be at least 5 years old with adult supervision. This project site is located in College Park, GA.
Georgia Favor House has partnered with the South Fulton County Chapter of Autism Skills For Life.
South Fulton County Chapter
Session Schedule (3 days per month)
Thursday 6:15pm to 8:30pm
Autism Skills for Life (ASfL) helps meet the needs of adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a life long communication disability that impacts language, social interaction, and access to life opportunities.
Adults with ASD experience depression, and unemployment, at levels far above that of their mainstream peers. They are often isolated and lonely without the skills or supports to propel themselves to a greater level of success.