2015 Grantors

Nearly three quarters of our work with victims is funded by grants. We have been fortunate to receive continued support from many of our funders this year, and appreciate our generous grantors’ continued support of our work. Grants received during 2015 include:

Cherokee County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council – Family Violence

Prevention and Services Act Grant

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council – State Grant

Judicial Council of Georgia/Administrative Office of the Court – Legal Services Grant

Office on Violence Against Women – Legal Assistance to Victims Grant

Office on Violence Against Women – Transitional Housing Grant

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) Grant

United Way – Atlanta Grant

United Way – Emergency Food and Shelter Program Grant

United Way – Kaiser Foundation Grant

United Way – Permanent Housing Grant

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Grant

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) – Legal Grant

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) – Statewide Spanish Hotline Grant

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) – Transitional Housing Grant


2015 Community Partners

Cherokee Family Violence Center is a non-profit organization and as such, we depend on the support of our community. We are fortunate to have received support from many partners this year and thank each of them for giving of their time, talents and resources in support of our mission. A special thanks to those who contributed over $1,000 each:

Bridgemill Sixes Service League

Tina Finley

First United Methodist Church of Canton

His Hands Church

Ms. Molly Foundation

Pamela & Milton Watkins Foundation

M. Claire Rivera

St. Clement’s Episcopal Church

Verizon Wireless

Wells Fargo

Woodstock United Methodist Church

Women of Woodstock