Nonprofit Directory

Backstreet Community Arts

Backstreet Community Arts exists to provide a safe, welcoming, creative environment to anyone who may benefit from the healing powers of art and community. Study after study proves that Art has a positive effect on the mind, body and soul. Backstreet Arts reaches out to anyone and everyone who may not be aware of or have access to the proven healing power of art: those who have experienced trauma, illness, or grief; veterans and others suffering from PTSD; at-risk teenagers; disabled adults; homeless and low-income individuals who cannot afford art classes, and anyone who wants to practice art in a comfortable, non-intimidating atmosphere.

Boys and Girls Club - Newnan/Coweta

In 1996, the Newnan/Coweta Boys & Girls Club opened it doors, providing and offering after-school programs to draw young people in the community into positive environment. In 2002, our Club moved into its new facility. Newnan/Coweta Boys & Girls Club is part of a nationwide affiliation of the local, autonomous organizations working with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to help youth from all backgrounds develop the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders.

Bridging The Gap

Bridging the Gap is committed to fighting physical and spiritual hunger by providing wholesome food and valuable links to community resources.


Cambridge House Enrichment Center

For those who need a bridge between independent living and assisted living, Cambridge House Enrichment Center is a non-profit provider of professional, compassionate, and high-quality personal care to residents of Newnan, Fayette and surrounding counties.


Christian City

Christian City ministers to families, but focuses primarily on the needs of abused and abandoned children, the aged and infirm. Services provided include residential, health and social services delivered in a manner consistent with the Christian faith.


Communities In Schools Coweta County

Communities In Schools of Coweta County was organized with a single mission in mind: to provide services and support to students struggling to remain in school and graduate.


Continental Societies

The Continental Societies, Inc. is an international public service organization dedicated to the socioeconomic and cultural welfare of underprivileged children and youth.



This group of caring citizens works to provide equine-assisted learning opportunities for special needs children.


Court Appointed Special Advocates

A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a trained community volunteer appointed by a judge to speak up for the best interests of an abused, neglected or abandoned child involved in a juvenile court dependency proceeding.

Coweta Convention and Visitors Bureau

Exists to promote and provide resources to individuals and corporations who have an interest in traveling to or learning more about Coweta County, Georgia.

Coweta Pregnancy Services

Coweta Pregnancy Services is a non-profit, Christian-based organization serving women and men of all ages who are unprepared for pregnancy, and CPS aspires to bring hope and truth to crisis situations, as well as the healing found in Jesus Christ.

Coweta Samaritan Clinic

Coweta Samaritan Clinic (CSC) arose from Dr. Kay Crosby’s calling to create a medical home for uninsured and medically underserved adults in Coweta County. After twenty years practicing internal medicine, Kay left her private practice in 2008 to bring a free clinic to her hometown of Newnan, Georgia. Generous support from the Coweta County Hospital Authority (building lease), Newnan Hospital Foundation (annual operating funds), and Piedmont Newnan Hospital (free lab and basic radiology services) provided a solid foundation on which to build. CSC began treating patients in October 2011. Since then the clinic’s patient base has grown to more than 950 individuals and volunteer healthcare professionals have conducted more than 8,000 patient visits. With the exception of three full-time and four part-time employees, all medical care and office support is provided by volunteers. More than 80 volunteers are active at the clinic and the value of service provided by volunteers in 2014 was nearly $300,000. That does not include the value of services provided by many kind and skilled specialists in the community who treat clinic patients without charge in their offices.

Family Patterns Matter Inc

Lady Bird Johnson stated, “Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them.” Founded in 2013, we began with a youth advisory board and listened to what our children see happening in their world. Child well-being is about providing the best life for children, no matter who, where or what they live in. Our children need not only a guarantee of the basic needs like a roof over their heads, but they also deserve a promise that their families and community will provide them with the opportunities, resources and social supports needed to reach their fullest potential.. This last 5 years we have served over 300 children through our free tutoring, grandparents raising grandchildren support group, Ambassador 4 Kids clubs and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy that addresses toxic trauma. Eating alone, standing alone and silent. Failing in school. These are the children we serve. We value catching up and staying caught up in school. Ambassadors 4 Kids is a club that shows kindness, respect and empathy to address bullying and change the climate in the schools. Our purpose is to family preservation. To assist each family, each child who is in need. It could a short -term circumstance, a life changing event or something that just needs a moment of our time to listen. The direct consequences of Family Patterns Matter; happiness can be found in the worst circumstances if someone shows compassion and cares. Tangible is “a thing that is perceptible by touch”. We are touching people’s lives every day.

Flint River Council, Boy Scouts of America

The Flint River Council, Boy Scouts of America is a values-based youth development organization that provides activities and programs outside of school hours which are safe, productive and structured. Programs are focused on providing fun activities and experiences that develop character, leadership, citizenship, fitness, career readiness, and life skills in young people.

Goodwill Southern Rivers, Inc.

Goodwill Industries of the Southern Rivers Inc. (GoodwillSR) is one of 164 independent, community-based Goodwill nonprofits across the United States and Canada. Headquartered in Columbus, Ga., GoodwillSR serves 50 counties in west Georgia and east Alabama with free services such as job coaching, money management and skills classes to facilitate job placement and advancement. These programs are made possible through the donation of gently used clothing and household goods that are sold at Goodwill Retail Stores in Georgia and Alabama.

Housing Authority of Newnan Self-Sufficiency Program

The Housing Authority of Newnan’s mission is to provide safe, suitable and clean housing conditions for low income families and to manage resources efficiently while promoting personal, economic and social upward mobility to provide families the opportunity to make the transition from subsidized to non-subsidized housing.

Keris Kares

Keris Kares’ mission is to provide hope for families dealing with a childhood cancer diagnosis by providing spiritual, emotional, and financial support, and to raise awareness about pediatric brain cancers and provide monetary assistance to research being conducted to find a cure.

Meals On Wheels of Coweta

MOWOC’s ongoing goal is to serve more clients and create more programs that promote independent living for older residents of Coweta County, those 60 and up.

Newnan Coweta Angel’s House, Inc.

Like most charitable endeavors, Angel’s House has its roots in a group of concerned members of the community who saw a need and set about to help. It began with monetary donations for presents at Christmastime and grew into an annual humanitarian fund for children in foster care. In October 2000, a crisis developed when the lack of an urgent foster care facility forced children and social workers to stay overnight at the county Department of Family and Children’s Services (DFCS) office. DFCS called on this concerned community group for help. They quickly secured a room at the local men’s shelter, and this temporary solution convinced the group that a county emergency shelter was desperately needed. The newly formed Newnan-Coweta Children’s Shelter Board went to work raising the one million dollars needed to fund construction of a permanent home and start-up program.

Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity

The ultimate goal of NCHFH, along with Habitat For Humanity International (HFHI), is to eliminate poverty housing from the face of the earth, particularly in Coweta County, by building simple, decent housing, putting shelter on the hearts and minds of people in such a powerful way that poverty housing becomes socially, politically and religiously unacceptable in our community, our nation and the world.

One Roof Ecumenical Alliance Outreach

One Roof is an alliance of churches of many different denominations, as well as community organizations and businesses, whose joint goal is to improve the benevolence system of our community, helping individuals pay a rent or mortgage payment, power bill, prescription cost or other basic necessity.

Piedmont Healthcare Foundation

Piedmont Healthcare is a not-for-profit healthcare system comprised of hospitals and services located in metro Atlanta communities. This means that we are community owned and, as a not-for-profit, we have a distinct advantage to benefit from generous support through private gifts from our community. Piedmont relies on the generosity of donors to make many of our programs possible. The fact is, every patient who visits a Piedmont facility is touched by our donors whose support makes it possible to buy new equipment, improve facilities and expand research and education programs.

Real Life Center

Our mission is to walk with those who are hurting in Fayette and Coweta counties by providing a safe environment, sharing the love of Christ, and promoting long-term change through an innovative process of holistic care.

Rutledge Center, Inc.

This nonprofit organization serves and promotes the general welfare of individuals with developmental disabilities who live in Newnan and Coweta County, providing services which enhance the development of human dignity and growth toward self-sufficiency.

Senoia Area Historical Society, Inc.

The Senoia Area Historical Society’s mission is to secure, preserve, and promote the social and cultural history of the community. To this end we will: educate and engage a diverse public through a variety of programs, maintain our museum buildings, properties, and collections, acquire and reserve additional items of significant relevance; research and publish historic records; identify and encourage preservation of significant places and structures throughout the community; work collaboratively with public, private and other non-profit organizations to attain this mission; and manage the society openly, ethically and professionally.

Southern Conservation Trust

Southern Conservation Trust is a community land trust founded in 1993 by Fayette County residents eager to preserve greenspace as our community develops, and it protects farms and forests, environmentally-sensitive land, valuable wildlife habitat and scenic greenspace in the fast-growing counties south of metro Atlanta.

Southern Crescent Sexual Assault and Child Advocacy Center


SPARK Mentoring Program

In conjunction with the University of West Georgia – Newnan Campus. SPARK mentoring inspires hope in Coweta youth, ages 13-18, through an emerging, transformative community-based mentoring program.

Stepping Stones

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.

The Carolyn Barron Montessori School

The Carolyn Barron Montessori School was founded in 1992 to foster a love of learning and to educate children to be caring, socially responsible citizens of their community and world. The educational programs at CBMS involve children from 1.5 years of age through 14 years of age in five different programs: Toddler, Primary, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary and Middle School. CBMS seeks to educate the whole child, applying the Montessori philosophy, in a family-oriented environment. The philosophy is based on the principles of Dr. Maria Montessori whose holistic vision of education focuses on the cognitive, social, emotional and physical needs of the child. For Dr. Montessori, and for CBMS, education is preparation for life.

The Donald Nixon Centre for Performing Arts

The philosophy of The Centre is to strive to be a house of excellence — an extension of the classroom no matter the age of the student. Its purpose is to provide opportunities that will expose its patrons to the arts, increase their knowledge and appreciation for multiple forms of artistic expression, and enhance the total living experience for all the people it is able to touch. Construction of The Donald W. Nixon Centre for Performing and Visual Arts was funded by a SPLOST (Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax) grant along with an investment by the Coweta County School System. The Centre is available for use by all the citizens of the surrounding communities with special priority being given to school system events.

Walk of Faith House

Walk of Faith House is a minimum 12 month, Christ centered, in-house regeneration program for women 18 and older, who have found themselves in a position of life threatening addictions and are ready and willing for a change. We want to see women move from a place of being broken and feeling forgotten – to a new life of Freedom in Christ Jesus

West Georgia Technical College

West Georgia Technical College (WGTC) is a public, two-year, multi-campus technical college that provides quality education and promotes workforce development in the West Georgia region. An open-access institution of higher education, the college serves traditional and nontraditional curriculum students who have a wide variety of educational goals, from personal enrichment to career development to university transfer. To help students meet their goals, WGTC offers associate degrees, diplomas and technical certificates.