The Aimee Copeland Foundation believes that mind, body, and soul are one, that the magic of the outdoors can transform physical, mental and spiritual health, that we are all imperfectly perfect, and that everyone deserves the chance to play, contribute and thrive.
ACF puts those inclusive beliefs into intentional, multifaceted action, helping people of all abilities shape meaningful, purposeful lives and find peace, strength and fulfillment beyond what they might have imagined.
Cobb County’s nonprofit organizations play a vital role in the success of the community by serving those in need. The Cobb Collaborative was formed to empower nonprofit organizations to continue to successfully meet the needs of Cobb County residents.
For more than 20 years, the Collaborative has provided infrastructure support, training, networking opportunities, organizational development services and information to our members. We are the Georgia Family Connection Partner for Cobb County and the point of contact for statewide initiatives around children’s literacy, family health and well-being and thriving communities. Additionally, our collaborative partnership model with county and municipal government leaders has been recognized on a national level.
HopeQuest is a family of ministries that helps individuals and families impacted by addiction experience hope, freedom and life. People are looking for hope in the face of addiction. We walk with them on their quest to find it.
Kidz2Leaders provides stability, opportunity and a Christian community for children of inmates to break the cycle of incarceration.
First United Methodist Church of Marietta is a warm, traditional church located just off the square in Marietta, GA. Our worship and life together is guided by our belief in the saving grace of God through Jesus Christ along with the core values of our congregation. We believe that we worship God in awe and mystery. We believe that our best lives are lived in community. And we believe that there is a true self, made in God’s image, within each and every one of us.
We exist to show God’s love in such a way that people would exchange ordinary living for an extraordinary life through the transforming power of Jesus Christ.
We’re on a mission to prove everyone has the power to save a life by supporting organ transplant research. With your help, we can create a world without organ rejection and make strides to change the numbers.
Responding to God’s call to protect, love and care for the weak and vulnerable
Tommy Nobis Center, founded in 1977, began with three individuals dedicated to helping the community and has since grown into an organization that provides meaningful employment for people with disabilities. Based in Metro Atlanta, Tommy Nobis Center has worked for over 40 years and across 19 states to provide education, training and support to those with barriers to employment.
Thanks to the dedication, generosity and personal involvement from our namesake and founder, legendary Atlanta Falcons’ linebacker Tommy Nobis, we have helped over 25,000 people achieve success in reaching their job goals and gain independence. Learn more about our history, events and future goals to get to know our organization and its life-changing work in the community.