|Donate||Coweta Community Foundation
The Foundation’s mission is to enhance our community's quality of life by encouraging philanthropic interaction in Coweta County. The Foundation provides a catalyst to help focus local philanthropy on our community's changing needs. The Foundation manages individual gifts and bequests that enhance and support the quality of life in Coweta County.
|CCF Funds for Grant Cycle|
A pool of funds awarded during the annual grant cycle to Coweta County nonprofit agencies.
All funds will impact relief and recovery efforts for victims of the recent tornado.
|CCF Donor Advised Funds|
|Donate||Long Term Recovery Operations
|Donate||The Joe Sherwood Memorial Scholarship Fund
|Fiscal Sponsor Funds|
Coweta STEM Institute's vision is to promote interest & enthusiasm in science & the technologies, particularly among elementary & middle school teachers & students… to encourage females & minorities to enter science & technology fields… to help U.S. students become the first in the world in science & math… and to prepare better qualified workers for our nation’s industries.
The Puddle Jumper program is a "mommy & me" program designed for two & three year olds. The program is a partnership between the Stepping Stones Early Intervention project & the Coweta County School System Title I program. The goal of the program is to teach moms & dads skills that will help them learn to interact more effectively with their preschoolers. These skills will help their preschooler be better prepared for the early years of learning.
Stepping Stones is a hospital based early intervention program that promotes initial parenting skills needed to prepare children for successful beginnings. The program was developed by two teachers who recognized a need to address the vast differences among students entering the Coweta County School System. Realizing that too many of the entering kindergartners lacked the basic skills needed for success in school, and also realizing that many of these students were born to teenage mothers, Stepping Stones was formed.
|Pass Thru Funds|
|Donate||100 Women Who Care Coweta
100 Women Who Care Coweta County is a group of women who will gather four times a year for a one-hour meeting to learn about local charities and donate $100 each quarter to a charitable cause selected by the group. This combined donation each quarter will make a significant difference in Coweta County without time-consuming fundraising events and planning.