Forty Seven programs provided by 25 agencies in an eight-county area will receive funds totaling $5,052,564 the United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley announced today.
Receiving the largest fund total is the Family Center in Columbus with $562,000. Girls Inc. will get $467,500 and Easter Seals of West Georgia will get $445,000.
"United Way works to create opportunities for a good life for all by investing in programs proven to help people when they need it the most," said Scott Ferguson, President and CEO of the United Way. "Many individuals and families are struggling right now and United Way funding will make a lasting difference in their lives and in our community."
One new member to the allocations is Twin Cedars which manages Children's Tree House and the Anne Elizabeth Sheppard Home.