Chris King Memorial Scholarship

Chris King was a percussionist in the Lassiter High School Band from 2011-2015.  He died in April, 2016.  Chris thoroughly enjoyed his years in the LHS Band and the friendships he made with other band members.  In a journal prepared …

COLLEGIALITY AND COMMUNITY EVEN DURING THE HEAT OF TAX SEASON

At Moore Colson, culture is everything.  The nationally-recognized and award-winning accounting and advisory firm describes their distinctive corporate-model culture with what they call their four pillars.

Character Client Service Collegial Consultative

During tax season, you might think that the “collegial …

COBB VETERANS MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

In 2015, the Cobb County Commissioners had a vision to build a memorial for veterans and their families as a way to help pay respect for their service and sacrifices to this country, Georgia and Cobb County in particular.

Croft …

The Legacy of Willard Grogan

Willard Grogan made bad choices early in his life that had a lasting negative impact throughout his lifetime. With one of his last decisions, he resolved to leave a legacy that would help put future generations of children on the …

Ferst Readers of Cobb

What is one way to create a stronger community?  Give every child under five access to quality books in the home.  

Ferst Readers was founded in 1999 to address the growing problem of children, many from low-income communities, entering kindergarten …

The Good Dog Fund

Bill Musial, President and Creative Director of Mopdog Creative + Strategy, and his wife Cheryl, wanted to start a family foundation to support intentional giving to non-profit organizations they are deeply passionate about. Also, they wanted an avenue for Cole …

LOVING ARMS CANCER OUTREACH

Cobb Community Foundation is very excited to partner with Cobb non-profit, Loving Arms Cancer Outreach.

Loving Arms Cancer Outreach was started in March 2011 by two oncology nurses who saw a need and decided to do something about it. Their …

Enjoying the Fruits of Their Labor

Several decades ago, Fred and Fran Bailey purchased acreage in what, at the time, was considered a very rural area.  Fred was a residential home builder, and he saw potential.  It would be some time before they saw any return …