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Make checks payable to United Way of West Georgia, Inc. and indicate that your gift should be directed to the Troup County Emergency Relief Fund – TCERF. Mail checks to: United Way of West Georgia, Inc., Attn: Troup County Emergency Relief Fund, P.O. box 532, LaGrange, GA 30241

CFCV can facilitate other types of donations, including donations from Donor Advised Funds and stock transfers. For questions about making a charitable donation, please contact JJ Musgrove at jmusgrove@cfcv.com.

If your business or company would like to join the coalition and provide a corporate gift, please email patty@unitedwaywga.org

The United Way of West Georgia, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity and all donations to the Fund are tax deductible as allowed by law.

Organizations seeking grants from this fund

To deploy resources rapidly, we will not be accepting requests for funding or posting a grant application. We will instead work together with community advisors and funders to identify organizations currently providing types of support to area residents that are aligned with the priorities of the Response Fund to expand available resources and relief. Priorities in the first phase of funding will include: food, childcare, transportation, and healthcare or prescription assistance.

To let us know more about the work you are doing and your needs, please complete this form.

 For questions regarding the Troup County Emergency Relief Fund, and how grant funds will be deployed, please email patty@unitedwaywga.org  This email will be monitored by: Patty Youngblood, United Way of West Georgia 

Notification Form

  • We are interested in learning about current needs in our community. The Fund will be making grants to 501(c)(3) organizations in the Troup County, Georgia area for the following:
  • Addressing the immediate and basic needs of economically vulnerable populations caused by loss of work or reduced wages, school and business closures, and the increased demand for healthcare information and support among our most vulnerable community members.
  • Charitable opportunities to minimize the number of people who are exposed to the disease.
  • If you are a 501(c)(3) organization and would like to share your needs with us as it relates to the above, please complete the form below.

Please know that this does not serve as an application for funding.We appreciate you taking time to keep us informed of how you are serving the community. Grantmaking decisions will be based on the amount of funding available and the degree to which the most vulnerable in our community are served.

Grant Awards

Grant Award Stats

3 Organizations Awarded Grants

6 Organizations Awarded Grants

3 Organizations Awarded Grants

Total Amount Raised

The Troup County Emergency Relief Fund has completed two rounds of grant awards. In the first round of awards, grants totaling $10,000 went to three organizations. The funds will be used to provide prescription support, access to tele-medicine, assistance with rent and utilities as well as access to food. The organizations funded in the first include:

  • Troup Cares
  • Circles of Troup County
  • God’s Bread Basket in Hogansville.

For the second round of grants, six organizations received awards totaling $24,400. The organizations supported will use those funds to purchase items such as food supplies, rent and utilities relief, technology to support therapy for mental health needs, cleaning supplies and funds to support a blood drive. The organizations who were awarded grants include:

  • Ark Refuge Ministries
  • Salvation Army
  • Confidence Missionary Baptist Church
  • American Red Cross
  • Twin Cedars Youth and Family Services
  • St. Vincent de Paul

Grants totaling $13,800 were made in Grant rounds 3, 4 and 5. These grant funds will help provide food, prescriptions, transportation, aids to minimize exposure to COVID-19 and aid with additional expenses for Summer Camp due to COVID-19 precautions. 

The three organizations receiving those grants were:

  • Fellowship Deliverance Ministries
  • Calumet Center for Healing and Attachment
  • Boys & Girls Club

A total of $118,388 has been raised for the Troup County Emergency Fund. This total includes the Callaway Foundation match of $50,000. These funds are truly going to those in Troup County who need assistance as a result of COVID-19. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the fund today.