Community Programs

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.

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First Down for Fitness

Elementary and middle school students (grades 3-7) are challenged to eat healthy and lead a healthy lifestyle.
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Green Team

Rise Up and Recycle with the Atlanta Falcons and Novelis. Learn how you can join the Green Team.
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FalCan Food Drive

The Falcons host its annual food drive benefitting the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
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Toys for Tots

The Falcons partner with the United States Marine Corps to host its annual toy drive.
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Community Quarterback Award

Volunteers (ages 13 and up) across the State of Georgia are honored for their dedication to bettering the community.
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Youth Weekend at Training Camp

Youth under the age of 17 are invited to take part in fun activities during the Falcons training camp in Flowery Branch.
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Atlanta Falcons Junior Cheerleaders

Girls ages 5-16 have the chance to perform during halftime at a Falcons home game.
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Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders

The Atlanta Falcons are a group of enthusiastic ladies with a dance/cheer background, a positive attitude, a winning smile and dedication to be the best. See what's new with the Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders.
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Falcons Rookie Club sponsored by United Healthcare of Georgia

Falcons Rookies make several community appearances throughout the year. This program introduces the players to different ways they can give back to the Atlanta community.
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Heroes in the Classroom

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 during each NFL season. Winners will be selected based on their ability to balance the core curriculum with students' individual needs; build trust among students, parents and the community; and invest in their students' long-term success.
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Hometown Huddle

The Falcons team up with United Way for this league-wide day of community service and fan appreciation.
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Falcons Fitness Flag Crew

Civic and non-profit groups from across that state participate in pre-game entertainment by unfurling a giant Falcons flag during before kick-off at each home game.

Atlanta Falcons Women's Association

Spouses of Falcons players, coaches and staff assist with various community service initiatives throughout the season.

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

The Falcons celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month through school visits, football camps and other events throughout the state.

Breast Cancer Awareness

The Falcons players, cheerleaders, associates and women's association participate in several events throughout the season to support efforts to find a cure for breast cancer.
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Community Videos

Community Photos

  • Falcons Host High School Salute to Service Game

    Posted Nov 21, 2015

    The Atlanta Falcons hosted a Salute to Service high school game for the Mays High School vs Houston County High School second round playoff game in Warner Robins on Friday, November 20.

  • Women's Association, Students Send Cards to Soldiers

    Posted Nov 20, 2015

    The Atlanta Falcons Women's Association spent time with students on Thursday, writing and decorating holiday letters to military members overseas to support the American Red Cross' Holiday Mail for heroes program.

  • Rookie Club Distributes Food to Military Families

    Posted Nov 18, 2015

    The Atlanta Falcons Rookie Club spent Tuesday morning distributing food to local military families with Feed the Children, an organization that partners with a military organization to pinpoint military families in need.

  • Falcons Visit Patients at Shepherd Center

    Posted Nov 16, 2015

    Atlanta Falcons players visited the Shepherd Center and interacted with patients and their families. The players provided military themed gifts, signed autographs, and took photos.