Ways To Give

In 2014, we met our goal of opening our first personal care home!!! We have 4 adult men who have successfully transitioned into the home to make it their own! Many thanks to DDM (Developmental Disability Ministries) for their very competent role in running the home!!! And thank you again to all of you who supported us with prayers, time, talents & donations to make it a reality.

Our current goal is focused on building our second personal care home for the ladies! If you know of any church, club, or civic organization building teams who might want to participate, or anyone wanting to make a donation to this project please contact Charlie Schroeder at 770-324-2391.

How can I help support DIGS, Inc., efforts?

Volunteer. We are always excited to hear from individuals who are willing to volunteer their time and efforts to help make DIGS all it can be for our adults living with developmental challenges. If you are interested in volunteer opportunities, please contact our Executive Director Bonnie Jones Via email bonniebeckjones@gmail.com or by calling 678.851.6480. Download volunteer form.

Link your card to our organization then all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Card.
Find out how to link your card here


Make a financial donation or contribute regularly. DIGS is part of the Network for Good program through Guidestar. Click here to make a donation now. 


Shop through Amazon Smile and a portion of your purchase helps support our mission.

Here’s a Tip: Make it easier using the browser extension Smilematic which will automatically redirect you to AmazonSmile whenever you shop at Amazon! Click the image to get started.


Donate in someone’s honor via Paypal

Follow us on Facebook and Invite your friends to like our page.

Make a donation of real estate or property. 

Make DIGS, Inc., part of your estate planning.

Have your civic group partner with us for a project.

Offer your expertise to provide a continuing or one-time activity.

Have your church add DIGS to its budget for a mission project.

Accept our ‘adults’ as people who deserve the opportunity to have a full, active life.