Welcome to the Coweta Community Foundation

Enhancing our community by encouraging philanthropic interaction.

Who We Are

The Coweta Community Foundation is a publicly supported 501(c)3 organization that helps focus local philanthropy on our community's changing needs. The Foundation manages individual gifts and bequests as an endowed pool of assets, distributing grants to a wide variety of organizations that enhance and support the quality of life in Coweta County, while maintaining the charitable intent of our donors.

What We Do

  • Act as a catalyst to help focus local philanthropy on our community’s changing needs.
  • Manage individual gifts and bequests that enhance and support the quality of life in Coweta County.

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11/16/17: CCF'S BY KIDS, FOR KIDS PROGRAM OFFERS FREE PIGGY BANKS — The Coweta Community Foundation is now providing piggy banks for kids under the age of 14 to fill with change. Several dates will be available for kids to drop off their deposits, and they will even have their own passbooks …

11/15/17: Thank You Lori Shapiro and Pro Bono Atlanta for coming to Coweta to talk with our nonprofit agencies about legal resources available to them!

11/15/17: 2016-2017 GRANT RECIPIENT SPOTLIGHT: GUITARS NOT GUNS — Through this grant, Guitars Not Guns was able to provide 15 children with new beginner guitars, guitar cases, tuners, straps, strings, T-shirts, graduation parties, and graduation certificates and gifts. The Newnan Police Department …

11/14/17: In two weeks, on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, we'll be participating in #GivingTuesday. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many …

11/13/17: Thank you The Paper and Shopper for your coverage of Power of the Purse!

11/13/17: Thank you to Angela Munson of our Board for facilitating this event, The Chamber for recognizing the importance of this and to Georgia Center for Child Advocacy for the grant to make this happen.