Each year the Falcons create and run several programs in the community. Check out some of the main community projects and navigate deeper into the site for more information.
Rise Up Atlanta - It's all about helping out, creating smiles, and changing the community.
Each year the Falcons create and run several youth/prep football programs in the community.
The Atlanta Falcons accept requests for the donation of Falcons items for use in charitable fundraising activities. Learn more about our donation policy.
Hometown Huddle is an event celebrated across every city hosting an NFL team and encourages all players to go out help around their community. The Atlanta Falcons are the only team to make all its roster players available to participate in this initiative. See all our coverage here.
Read alongside your favorite Falcons players and cheerleaders with this online reading program.
Volunteers (ages 13 and up) across the State of Georgia are honored for their dedication to bettering the community.
The Atlanta Falcons and Symetra Financial are partnering to recognize Heroes in the Classroom. Sixteen K-12 teachers across the state will be named a Symetra Hero in the Classroom. Winners will be selected based on their ability
P Matt Bosher, LS Josh Harris and other volunteers helped in beautification efforts in Gordon-White Park as part of YP's Rise Up Atlanta community service.
Matt Bryant is suiting up in a different kind of uniform this offseason. The kicker has a love for marine life and is spending some of his time this summer interning with the Georgia Aquarium.
The Falcons honored wounded military veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan during a fishing outing and cookout at Lake Lanier. This event affords each veteran an opportunity to fish with the Falcons and compete for prizes.
Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff participated in National Bike to Work Day along with members of the community, Falcons front office staff and the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition.