Local Non-Profit Organizations
Consider how you can support a nonprofit with cash, but also think about the goods and services, technical assistance, and volunteer hours that might also be meaningful. Even participating in a fundraising event, and encouraging your friends to join in, might help to raise money AND foster new relationships that will benefit both the nonprofit and you!
Camp Fire Georgia Camp Toccoa
Camp Fire Georgia Camp Toccoa gives youth the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are. Our programs are inclusive. They are outcome based, including a safe and supportive enviorment, engagement and reflection. Leadership and life skills are developed through resident and day camps and year round community programs.
Circle of Hope
Circle of Hope provides a wide variety of services to victims of domestic violence and their dependent children. Services such as safe emergency shelter, legal advocacy, support group, counseling, and referrals can be accessed by calling our 24-hour crisis hotline at (706) 776-4673.
Visit our website to learn more - www.gacircleofhope.org
Community Awareness Coordinator - Ginger Tanner - 706-778-5151
Habitat for Humanity
A faith-based housing program dedicated to the elimination of poverty housing by building homes in partnership with families in need. The Habitat program is about home ownership and providing a long-term solution designed to break the poverty cycle. 706-886-3790
Northeast Georgia CASA http://northeastgacasa.org
Powerhouse for Kids
Powerhouse for Kids offers a child-friendly environment for a child and non-offending care giver to tell his/her story of abuse and/or neglect to trained professionals and to receive the services necessary to reduce trauma to the child. Powerhouse for Kids is a child advocate throughout any legal proceedings.
Reins of Life
A non-profit organization that provides youth-oriented programs, including: hippotherapy; equine assisted psychotherapy; group riding lessons; summer camps; and ropes courses.
Stephens Education Literary Foundation
The mission of SELF (Stephens Education Literacy Foundation) is to enhance literacy among the residents of Stephens County by promoting and coordinating the many literacy services available, thereby strengthening life skills, family foundations and employability of our citizens.
The Salvation Army provides services targeting families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, providing the resources to meet their needs and help improve their overall quality of life.
Toccoa Soup Kitchen
The Toccoa Soup Kitchen exists to feed the hungry and to provide emergency shelter for those in need due to domestic abuse, child abuse, fire, eviction or any other dire emergency situation. There is also a clothes closet that provides free clothing.
Toccoa / Stephens County Literacy Council
The Toccoa / Stephens County Literacy Council offers classes on GED, ESL, and One on One Tutoring. Our goal is to promote adult literacy in basic reading, listening, writing, and math skills, giving adults the skills they need to solve problems encountered in everyday living and to be able to participate fully in their community. We are located at 158 N. Broad Street. Our hours are Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00 am till Noon.
United Way of Northeast Georgia
United Way of Northeast Georgia is a non-profit organization governed by local volunteers. UWSC’s mission is to improve the community’s quality of life by uniting resources in support of programs dedicated to helping people.
Dedicated to inspiring development through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body – putting Christian principles into practice by promoting activities that serve a community rich in racial, religious, ethnic, and economic diversity.