Long-Term Disaster Recovery

Coweta Long-Term Disaster Recovery

Since the March 26 tornado, individuals and organizations in our community and from around our state and nation have responded with help for local Coweta citizens as they seek relief and recovery from this disaster. Local volunteers, churches and charitable agencies have worked hard to carry out the needed response. The Coweta Community Foundation is proud to be a part of these efforts, and is working with local partners to ensure that donations go to support our local citizens and the local nonprofit agencies who are working towards recovery.

Are you a disaster survivor? Do you need assistance?

Are you a nonprofit looking to apply for grant funding to help disaster survivors?

Are you a donor looking to help make a difference?

Additional Resources:

The North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church in partnership with the Coweta Community Foundation has two projects they are working on in the Newnan, GA area and is seeking bids from contractors who are both licensed and insured and are able to provide a draw schedule and abide by it. The first project is an extensive basement renovation and the second project is a whole house build. If you are interested in bidding on these projects, please contact Rich DeWees at LTRD@cowetafoundation.org for more details. Deadline 1/2/23

Community Education Forum: Debris Removal/Cleanup Efforts 7/22

Process for Assistance & Transparency on Disaster Funds 7/29/21

Community Education Forum: Insurance 8/12

Community Education Forum: Home Repairs, Scams & Codes

Community Education Forum: SBA Loan



Community Education Forum: Next Steps & Moving Forward