COVID-19 Recovery Efforts
During this unprecedented time in our nation, the Community Foundation of Central Georgia and the United Way would like to help by identifying gaps in service, pressing needs, and then disseminating that information to the broader community. This is a difficult time and people want to know what is going on, how to help, and next steps. Things change rapidly. We also realize that this situation will continue for a while and have lasting impact. There will be a need for immediate, interim, and long term help.
Thank you very much. We look forward to working together with you to best serve our community during this crisis.
CFCG has partnered with United Way to establish a Central Georgia COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, which will be used to make grants to local nonprofits to meet short and long-term needs in the response and recovery efforts. DONATE NOW
Our donors can also contact Julia Wood and/or Darius Maynard to make a gift.
CFCG and United Way of Central Georgia invite nonprofit organization leaders to participate in a series of weekly virtual meetings as we attempt to assess the immediate and future impact of the COVID-19 disruption on our communities. We have identified eight (8) key categories: Food Insecurity, Childcare, Health, Shelter, Workforce & Small Business, Seniors, Arts & Culture/Historic Preservation and Animal Welfare. If you would like to be part of these discussions now and in the future, please: REGISTER NOW
Highlights of what we learned from previous calls are also available. LEARN MORE
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Community Foundation of Central Georgia
United Way of Central Georgia
Learn MoreConcerns about (COVID-19) in Central Georgia are ramping up and we want to help provide valuable information to you. United Way of Central Georgia will update this page on an ongoing basis as more resources become available. LEARN MORE
The Community Foundation of Central Georgia and the United Way of Central Georgia hosted eight conference calls and hundreds of local nonprofit organization leaders participated in these virtual meetings to assess the immediate and future impact of the COVID-19 disruption on our communities. Highlights of what we learned from each call are available. LEARN MORE