Georgia Office Relocation

NTF employees previously based at 1900 Century Place in Atlanta have relocated to:

2075 West Park Place Blvd. – Suite E-F
Stone Mountain, GA 30087

(Phone number and extensions remain the same)

Celebrating the move are, from left, Gabrielle Rodney,  Shankina Okakpu,  Kiante Sims, Cathy Wilson,  Jamila Hankins, LaToya Samuel,  Rekeita Pearson, Michael Anderson, Brandalyn Tolbert.

Submitted by LaToya Samuel


Deloris Johnson Recognized at Annual Meeting


Board Chair Ackneil M. Muldrow II (at right) and CEO Tony Everett present Deloris Johnson with a plaque honoring her “…support, guidance, and friendship”.  The presentation took place at NTF’s Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 21st.  Mrs. Johnson is the widow of NTF founder Gordon Johnson and was instrumental in the early growth of our organization.

NTF-Georgia’s Annual Christmas Party

2016 NTF Children's Holiday Party

2016 NTF Children’s Holiday Party

On December 11, 2016 Neighbor To Family Georgia hosted our 12th annual Children’s Holiday Party. Our guests were treated to bowling, bumper cars, arcade games, face painters, balloon twisters,family photos, and many more activities. Every child received a holiday stocking,and had the chance to win exciting prizes.

Our community partners, Stars and Strikes, helped make this amazing party a reality, and even donated a Target gift card to every child who attended.

The children’s smiles and excitement were a great way to kick of the holidays!

Submitted by Jody Howard

Ryan Cameron Foundation Brightens the Season for NTF Families


On Sunday, December 4th The Ryan Cameron Foundation (RCF) and Porsche Cars North America assisted in spreading holiday cheer to 7 NTF–Georgia families. The families enjoyed live music, activities, performances, and a delicious holiday meal. Santa made a special appearance to help give out  a lot of gifts as well.  Thank you to Ryan Cameron for being a such great supporter of sibling foster care!

 Enjoying the event are, from left: RCF Founder Ryan Cameron;  Asst. to the VP for GA & MD LaToya Samuel; President & CEO Tony Everett; and, VP of GA & MD Programs Jamila Hankins.  


Ayana Thompson Will Head NTF’s New Wildwood, FL Program

ayana-thompsonAyana Thompson has been appointed Program Director for our new Prevention program based in Wildwood, Florida.

Ms. Thompson was most recently Adoptions Supervisor for Children’s Home Society of Florida, and prior to that was Operations Support Manager for Community Based Care of Central Florida.  She holds the degree of Master of Science in Criminal Justice from University of Central Florida.


Dr. Jamila Hankins Is New VP for Georgia and Maryland Programs

jamilaPresident & CEO Tony Everett has announced the selection of Jamila Hankins as Vice President of Georgia and Maryland Programs, effective November 16, 2016.

In making the announcement President Everett noted, “Jamila is exceptionally qualified to assume this responsibility.  I am pleased that she is able to further her career while continuing to play an important role in our organization.”   

Dr. Hankins has been with NTF since 2004 and has served as Director of Operations in NTF’s Atlanta office since 2008.  She holds a Ph.D. in Social Work Policy, Planning and Administration from Clark University and a Master of Science in Social Work from Springfield College.

NTF on the Airwaves

NTF-Daytona Beach volunteer Dee Pope was interviewed by WNDB radio host Heather Eaton on November 7.  Dee gave a knowledgeable and heartfelt testimonial about the work we do and promoted the Daytona office’s upcoming winetasting benefit.  Thank you, Dee!  You can listen to the interview here: radio interview .