Six Flags Friends is a series of programs throughout the Six Flags family of parks that makes a difference in communities by encouraging local involvement, supporting the mission of various non-profit organizations and bringing the thrill of Six Flags to children and families across North America.
Six Flags Friends is a proud supporter of hundreds of organizations throughout our Six Flags communities. Through our national partnerships, we successfully utilize our geographic span to make a difference as a unified family of parks. Six Flags Over Georgia is also pleased to support the work of organizations that make an impact in our surrounding neighborhoods. It is the work of the organizations below that truly make our cities a better place to live, work and enjoy.
Through our annual Ticket Donation Program, we are able to contribute to many local organizations. The 2019 Ticket Donation Window is closed. Check back in early January 2020 for more details on the program.
Six Flags Friends is dedicated to furthering the mission of the following organizations:
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. The Salvation Army helps the community by donating 100% of their budget during disaster for relief efforts.The Salvation Armys services includes music playing, ensembles, disaster reliefs, thift store and charity shops, rettle kettles, family tracing services and youth groups.
MUST Ministries is a powerful, volunteer-driven organization that addresses the basic needs of individuals, families and children with facilities in Cobb and Cherokee counties. Six Flags Over Georgia supports MUST Ministries by holding an annual can food drive on Opening Weekend. Guests are able to donate nonperishable food items in exchange for a discounted ticket to enjoy the park.
American Red Cross Fright Fest Blood Drive
Six Flags Over Georgia hosts an annual blood drive with the American Red Cross during Fright Fest to assist with the growing demand for blood donations. All donors that participate in this unique "bloodletting" receive a FREE ticket to Fright Fest in mid-October.
Atlanta Community Food Bank
Atlanta Community Food Bank provides food and other critical resources to low income families in 29 metro Atlanta counties. Six Flags Over Georgia holds an annual back-to-school supply drive in August to help stock ACFB’s pantry with items children need to return to school. Guests are able to donate specific school supplies in exchange for a discount admission ticket.
Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation® has enriched the lives of children with life-threatening medical conditions through its wish-granting work. Six Flags is proud to be a part of this amazing wish-granting organization and is excited to fulfill the wishes of children who dream of visiting Six Flags Over Georgia.