Court appointed special advocates for neglected and abused children
Working to end hunger & alleviate poverty in Northeast Georgia
Sharing and Caring
Food, clothing and other emergency needs of the poor and destitute
Christ-centered free medical clinic
The generosity and involvement of local businesses in our community are the driving force for the success of the Habersham County United Way. These Community Partners give in so many ways and we couldn't accomplish our mission without their continued support. Thank you to the following businesses for allowing their employees to participate in a volunteer capacity with the United Way, for financial support of the annual campaign, or for encouraging employees to give annually through payroll deductions. Many of these do all 3! We are blessed to be part of such a giving and caring community!
Assists youth in developing like skills through project work
Teaches life skills in decision-making, goal setting and leadership
Habersham Homeless Ministries
Temporary shelter for homeless families and individuals
Partnering with low-income families to build houses
Support and counseling for rape victims, families and friends
Provides educational and recreational services to the senior population
Habersham County United Way
Temporary shelter for abused women and their children as well as preventative education
Counseling & support for child abuse victims and families, as well as prevention education.
Council on Child Abuse Prevention & education programs to combat child abuse
Free and confidential child-friendly environment for abused children
Provides family and individual counseling services
After school tutoring program at Habersham Central High School
Habersham County United Way supports the following 23 agencies and services in our community.
(Click on the underlined organization name for a direct link to their website.)
Adult tutoring, GED Instruction and English as a second language programs
(Formerly Challenged Child and Friends) An integrated learning environment where children from 6 weeks to 6 years with special needs learn and interact alongside their typically developing peers.