2014 Community Quarterback Award

The Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback Award program recognizes volunteers throughout the state of Georgia (ages 13 and over) who exemplify leadership and dedication to bettering their communities. We know that many organizations rely on quality volunteers to create and facilitate programs that benefit many lives throughout the state of Georgia and this award is designed to recognize and reward these individuals.

Each month during the 2014 season, beginning in September, an Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback of the Month winner will be selected. Click here to view 2014 Community Quarterback Award Winners!

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The four winners will each receive:

  • Two (2) tickets to the Sunday, December 28 home game against the Carolina Panthers
  • A $1,000 grant to the organization served. Nominations will be accepted June 2 – November 12, 2014 and winners will be announced monthly.

2013 Community Quarterback MVP - Garland Jones

Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback MVP

An Atlanta Falcons Community Quarterback MVP will be selected by a panel of civic and community leaders and announced at the annual Atlanta Falcons Community Honors Dinner on Monday, December 15. The MVP will receive an additional $4,000 grant to the organization served.

September 2014 Winner - Sage Adams

Garland Jones

While attending Georgia State University, majoring in Film, Sage began volunteering at the George Washington Carver Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta. With his film background, Sage helped to develop Media Makers, a program designed to introduce club members to the art of film making, audio production, recording and photography. He facilitates weekly visits to the Whitefoord Computer Clubhouse to offer additional opportunities to utilize skills learned associated with videography and art production. Recently, he assisted club members in creating a documentary of their experiences with the George Washington Carver Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta as well as assisted in the completion of a short film. Sage’s contribution to club members has opened up the possibility of careers in television, audio engineering and writing.

For more than 75 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta has delivered on their promise to provide at-risk metro area youth with the support needed to reach their full potential. Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta's mission is to save and change the lives of children and teens, especially those who need us most, by providing a safe, positive, and engaging environment and programs that prepare and inspire them to achieve great futures. Main services offered are after school program and summer camp.

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