|North Georgia Community Foundation|
|NGCF Coronavirus (COVID-19) Relief Fund||Donate|
|NGCF Community Impact Fund||Donate|
|Wesley Warriors Foundation Fund||Donate||Wesley Gailey, a Gainesville 4 year old was diagnosed with Burkitt Leukemia, a rare and aggressive cancer, in September 2020. He is the son of Lydia and Jake Gailey and goes to First Baptist Church preschool. This fund has been created in his honor and in order to provide financial assistance to nonprofits and initiatives that support children and families impacted by childhood cancer. The first project this fund has supported is for Medi Teddy's. Wesley and his parents were blessed by the gift of a Medi Teddy from Wesley’s Aunt Louisa by a suggestion from Eliza Paris, a friend who lost her battle with cancer in NY. The Medi Teddy hangs on the IV pole and hides all the medicines and blood transfusions Wesley receives. This has been such a comfort to the Gailey family and they’ve been able to purchase Medi Teddy’s for the children at CHOA in hematology, oncology, and bone marrow floors upon admission. Their hope is that this will be a source of comfort and joy to each family battling childhood cancer. The fund will remain in place to support future efforts close to the cause of comforting families facing childhood cancer.|
|We Care Fund||Donate|
|#OneHennessey Fund||Donate||Hennessy has formed the #OneHennessy Fund as a non-profit charity that offers emergency financial assistance to Hennessy employees facing an unforeseen hardship. The #OneHennessy Fund seeks to make a positive impact in associates’ lives by assisting in many need-based situations, such as providing shelter after a disaster or helping with the cost of burying a loved one.
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|Boy Scout Troop 16 Designated Fund||Donate|
|Greater Together Fund for Racial Equity||Donate||The Greater Together Fund for Racial Equity was created to bolster the work of Black and Latino-led nonprofits in Hall County, who are leading on racial equity: making investments to sustain the work of local nonprofits that are having an impact in eliminating inequitable systems.|
|Niki G. Holcomb Memorial Scholarship Fund||Donate||This scholarship was established at NGCF in loving memory of Niki Giradeau Holcomb. Niki was loved by all that knew her. She passed away from cervical cancer in 2016 at the young age of 49. This scholarship plans to award nontraditional students who are pursuing a career in nursing.|