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United Way of Greater Atlanta:

Working in Your Community!

United Way of Greater Atlanta brings together people and resources to tackle complex issues and drive sustainable positive change to help our community thrive.  Today, one of those issues is the Coronavirus.  The United Way South Fulton County Advisory Board is comprised of business leaders, residents and community partners working to respond to the needs within the community.  Through local grants, volunteer projects and community partnerships we provide resources to help close the gap on child well-being, economic stability, job training and other essential services.  Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, in partnership with the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta, United Way of Greater Atlanta has raised more than $27 million dollars and distributed $18 million back into the community that funded 321 agencies across the region.  It has been through these resources, that we are working to help residents in South Fulton during these unprecedented times. 

United Way of Greater Atlanta’s 2-1-1 Contact Center is helping to address the negative impacts of coronavirus in our communities.  The United Way 2-1-1 Contact Center is an information and referral resource that connects people to the essential health and human services they need.  Due to extremely heavy call volumes at this time, we recommend you access 2-1-1 online to chat with Charlie the chatbot, an interactive 24/7 chatbot helping get you connected to food, housing, and utility help along with other resources.  You may also download the 2-1-1 mobile app or text GACOVID19 to 898-211 to receive a full list of available resources related to the impact of the novel coronavirus.  For help contact 2-1-1.  For additional information regarding United Way of Greater Atlanta and the services we provide visit