We’ve consistently received the highest rating available for accountability and transparency.
We are fiscally responsible and financially healthy, having earned TEN 4-star ratings from Charity Navigator and GuideStar’s 2021 Gold Seal of Transparency – honors achieved by the most exceptional of rated charities. We take great pride in our financial efficiency, our transparency, and our accountability to our public and private investors. We keep our overhead low to maximize the percentage of your contributions that go directly into our programs, and we spend our program funds wisely so that as many children as possible may benefit from our work.
We are thankful for the support of our organizational investors, without whom we could never achieve success.
Investments by partners are critical to our success in changing the lives of children. Whether through a grant, sponsorship, or in-kind donation, we are grateful for the opportunities to work with others to help scale our reach and impact.
- Allstate Foundation
- Georgia Division of Family and Children Services
- NoVo Foundation
- Susan Crown Exchange
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation
*These funding partners invest $100,000 or more per year to support WINGS programs.
We’re honored to have their support and grateful for their belief in our work.
2020-2021 Gratitude Report
Celebrating 25 Years of Community: How Wings for Kids students, families, mentors, partners, and alumni have shaped a better, brighter community for all.
2019-2020 Gratitude Report
The Heart of the Matter: How Equity & Empathy Guide Our Work | Staff, parents, and partners share why social emotional learning matters more than ever before.
2018-2019 Gratitude Report
Illustrated throughout the Gratitude Report is the impact of your giving and the hope perched on the horizon. Meet Dominion – a WINGS alum, discover our bold, new initiative, and see our year in numbers.
2017-2018 Annual Report
Woven through the pages of our Annual Report are stories of generosity and selflessness – narratives that contain stirring words to live by. Thanks to your generosity, we were able to provide 2,952 students from disadvantaged backgrounds with the opportunity to explore, thrive and achieve in 2017-18.
2016-2017 Annual Report
With more than 1,000 kids receiving social emotional learning through 11 afterschool programs, WINGS had an outstanding year. And, we set our sights on the next phase of our work: reaching 16,000 kids through partnerships and workshops.
2015-2016 Annual Report
We celebrated our 20th birthday by honoring all the milestones that moved us from 1996 to 2016. Growth, replication, fidelity, and impact highlight a few of our triumphs over the last 20 years.
2014-2015 Annual Report
By the end of 2015, WINGS had wrapped up our 3-year growth plan on target. Not only did the number of WINGS kids double, the social emotional learning movement was on fire, finally gaining recognition from the likes of Disney, Lady Gaga, The New York Times, and more.
2013-2014 Annual Report
With new support from the Wallace Foundation and NoVo Foundation and an 84% increase in public funding, we ended the year poised for success – and serving more kids.
2012-2013 Annual Report
What big year for us! We spread our wings to Atlanta, received our first multi-million multi-year grant from the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, and witnessed the ancillary benefits of WINGS in Atlanta blow our expectations away.