Non-Profits: We Need Your Help!

Cobb Community Foundation, with support from the United Way of Greater Atlanta and the Cobb Collaborative, has engaged the Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN) to perform a Human Services Needs Assessment, Asset Mapping and Gap Analysis for Cobb County. GCN’s …

Cobb Realty4Rehab + NARCAN + ASSIST = Lives Saved

Yvette Williams’ son Andrew died of a drug overdose. In the wake of this personal tragedy, Yvette founded the Cobb chapter of Realty4Rehab because she didn’t want other families to experience the heartbreak of losing a loved one to addiction.  …

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 …

Welcome Nana Grants to the CCF Family

In 2016, Erica Stephens founded Nana Grants in honor of her grandmother, Mary “Gran” Arivett, and her mother, Diann “Nana” Arivett. Mary helped raise Erica while Diann, a single mother, attended nursing school. In turn, Diann helped care for Erica’s …

2019 Cobb Community Impact Grant Recipients and Applicants

We awarded a total of $100,000 in $5,000 to $10,000 increments for those programs our Selection Committee found to have the greatest impact on our community at our Partners in Philanthropy Luncheon on April 26th, 2019.

Listed below are the …

2019 Cobb Community Impact Grant Applicants
A big thank you to all 76 non-profits who took the time to apply for the 2019 Cobb Community Impact Grants!

We will be awarding a total of $100,000 in $5,000 to $10,000 increments for those programs our Selection Committee …

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 …