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Fund Name Description
AACF Special Project Fund
COVID-19 Community Response Fund The COVID-19 Community Response Fund hosted by the Athens Area Community Foundation in partnership with United Way of Northeast Georgia has been established to support local nonprofit organizations as they work to respond to the spread of COVID-19. Anyone can make a donation to the COVID-19 Community Response Fund. All donations are tax deductible. Donations will be distributed to nonprofits meeting pressing needs associated with the pandemic across 12 counties in Northeast Georgia. The Athens Area Community Foundation and United Way of Northeast Georgia will work with local partners to collect information associated with the impact of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. We will coordinate to deploy resources as rapidly as possible.
Athens Area Community Foundation General Operations
Steve Jones and Lillian Kincey Community Impact Fund
Designated Fund
Accountability Courts Foundation of Athens-Clarke County
ACF Compassion Network Project
Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services P.L.A.Y. Fund
Athens-Clarke County Police Department - Summer Youth Camp
Athens Community Career Academy Fund
Athens Community Council on Aging Field Fund
Athens Resource Center for Hope Village Apartments
Horvat Family Scholarship Fund
Neighborhood Education Program Fund
REACH Scholarship Fund
Step Up Scholarship Project Fund
Clarke County Mentor Program Designated Fund
Clarke County School District Fund
Food to CCSD Community Fund The Food to CCSD (Clarke County School District) Community Fund has been set up to accept donations. All donations will be directed for the benefit of all food related efforts conducted by CCSD during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
Donor Advised
Athens Wellbeing Project
Think Locally. Act Neighborly
Creature Comforts Get Artistic Fund Place attachment is a proper field of inquiry describing the emotional bond between a person and a place. The literature suggests that the more an individual loves their community, the more civically engaged they become. In short, we want Athenians to love Athens. And one way to foster place attachment is through investing in the local art community. More access. More artists. More art. Learn more at GetCurious.com.
Creature Comforts Get Comfortable Fund The Get Comfortable Fund was established to concentrate the generosity of many around our city's most pressing needs. It is seldom that the public, private, and nonprofit sectors come together, compare notes, and execute a unified strategy. But we need one another: we need both the guidance of local leadership and generous businesses to propel social innovation. To learn more about the businesses and the beneficiaries who have aligned their philanthropy to address our community's greatest disparities, visit GetCurious.com. Do Good. Give Back. Get Comfortable.
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