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News & Updates
The Public Education Funds for Thomasville City, Thomas County and Brooks County School systems will be awarding mini-grants to teachers this winter! Monies awarded will go to support 2022 Spring Semester projects not funded through school budgets.
Deadline to Apply: Friday, November 5, 2021
This summer, the Hosea Hall and Lilly Eason Vann Fund for Thomas County awarded grants to Thomas County nonprofit organizations. A total of $10,000 was awarded to six Thomas County organizations through this program. Check out the recipients by clicking below!
This fall, the Community Foundation will award grants between $1,000 and $5,000 through the South Georgia Legacy Fund to nonprofit organizations across our service area. An overall total of $30,000 will be awarded in 2021 through this program. Find out more by clicking below.
“I consider the Community Foundation one of South Georgia’s most strategic assets for the vitality and future of our region. It connects the passion of givers to the purpose of nonprofits to achieve greater and lasting impact of charitable investments into our community. It was an honor to serve on the CFSGA’s board and I continue to look to CFSGA for advice and counsel in support of my personal and professional philanthropic efforts.”
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