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For more than 25 years the Center for Family Resources has hosted an annual gala. In March of 2020 our 60th Anniversary Diamonds in the Garden Gala was cancelled along with so many other events. In 2021 we brought you our first ever Parade of Playhouses instead and it was a great success! We love our Parade of Playhouse partners and seeing the incredible designs that our teams came up with, but. . . we miss our friends and have been asked more times than we can count when we’re bringing the gala back. Ask and you shall receive!

Introducing our 2022 Step Right Up Gala.
To close our Parade of Playhouses event, we are bringing you a one-of-a-kind, re-imagined night of celebration! Join us for an evening of exciting performers, delectable delights, libations, interactive activities, prizes and auctions all to support our work of preventing and disrupting homelessness for children and their families. Ladies and gentlemen, STEP RIGHT UP to support your community. You won’t want to miss it.


raised of $300,000 goal

Location / Venue

Platinum Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

Wine Sponsor

Bar Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Carnival Entertainment Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

  • Atlanta West Dentistry logo
  • Dr. and Mrs. John and Sherie Fuchko

  • Susan and Glenn Burns logo
  • The Bottoms Group, LLC logo
  • K Mike Whittle Designs logo
  • Delta Community Credit Uniton logo
  • Arylessence logo
  • 22one Realty Co logo
  • Trooper and Jami Smith

  • SouthState Bank logo
  • The Macallan Group logo
  • Vinings Bank logo

Game Sponsor

Playhouse Real Estate Sponsor

The Center for Family Resources logo
In Support of The Center for Family Resources
We are a Cobb County-based organization that works exclusively to serve local children and their families that are either homeless or in danger of becoming homeless. We provide tailored, long term supportive services to our clients.  Our vision is for children and their families to experience improved stability through reduced homelessness, empowerment, and pathways that support their success.