Our Impact

Impact100 Fannin County’s goal is to provide high-impact grants that reach under-served populations, support nonprofits, and highlight unmet needs in our community. Through the grant process, we invest in nonprofits financially and partner with them to familiarize ourselves with their programs, services, and the communities they serve. In doing so, we enable them to think bigger and more strategically about the work they do and the impact they have.

One of the strongest values of Impact100 Fannin County is that we know where our money is going to be spent - right here in Fannin County

2023 Grant Recipient

Open Arms Home for Children

Award:

$ 0

Focus Area:

Health & Wellness

Details:

A group home providing housing and programs which serve young female residents in the foster care system.  Open Arms plans to purchase a large passenger van which will accommodate group resident transport to appointments and activities. Plans also include remodeling existing bathrooms and refurbishment and stocking an existing storage area with hygiene items for new residents.

2023 Grant Recipient

Lake Blue Ridge Marine Detachment

Award:

$ 0

Focus Area:

Health & Wellness

Details:

The Marine Detachment plans to purchase tools and equipment needed to build wheelchair ramps and complete home repairs for disabled veterans and other Fannin County residents in need.  They will also complete work truck repairs and purchase uniforms for funerals in which they provide military honors.

2023 Grant Recipient

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)

Award:

$ 0

Focus Area:

Education

Details:

CASA plans to use their grant funds to recruit and train Advocate volunteers to expand their capacity to support abused and neglected children identified by the Fannin County court system.  

2022 Grant Recipient

Fannin County Family Connection

Award:

$ 0

Focus Area:

Family

Details:

Grant to support purchase of a service van

Goal to reduce food insecurity – “wherever the availability of nutritionally adequate and safe food or the ability to acquire acceptable food in socially acceptable ways is limited or uncertain”

Target populations – seniors and children, via two programs

Food pantry – serving individuals and families living below federal poverty level who experience transportation difficulties or who cannot access the food pantry during normal business hours

Kinship care – serving individuals or families – where at least one member is greater than 60 in age – who have taken responsibility to provide care to a familial child below the age of 18

2022 Grant Recipient

North Georgia Family Crisis Network

Award:

$ 0

Focus Area:

Health & Wellness

Details:

Grant to fund the installation of increased security measures

Goal to increase safety and security for shelter residents

Target populations – women, children and men of domestic and/or sexual violence