United Way of White County is furnishing a total of $85,000 in 2020 funding to support 18 not-for-profit organizations in meaningfully touching thousands of local lives.
The 2020 direct funding, scheduled to be awarded Thursday, Feb. 13, at 2 p.m., at the Roy Ash Building in Cleveland, comes following a committee of community leaders’ careful review of grant requests. Allocations aim to best address the most pressing needs of the people of White County.
Not-for-profits designated to share in United Way of White County funding for 2020 are (listed alphabetically):
- Boy Scouts of America, Northeast Georgia Council;
- Caring Hands Ministries;
- Catalyst Christian Learning Center;
- Charles Smithgall Humane Society
- Circle of Hope;
- Community Helping Hands Clinic;
- Enotah CASA Inc.;
- Family Promise of White County;
- Habersham Homeless Ministries;
- Habitat for Humanity of Northeast Georgia;
- Rape Response Inc.;
- Sisu of Georgia Inc. Integrated Early Learning;
- South Enotah Child Advocacy Center;
- White County Backpack Buddies;
- White County Caring & Sharing;
- White County Food Pantry;
- White County 4-H; and
- White County Special Olympics.
United Way of White County greatly appreciates the opportunity to help in serving neighbors in need and is deeply thankful for all those who provide support, through monetary gifts; investments of time, services and materials; and prayers.