The North Georgia Community Foundation provides affordable office space to nonprofit organizations allowing smaller nonprofits the opportunity to benefit from shared space and ideas.
Current Nonprofit Partners
Three Dimensional Life
Building One, Suite A #750
Three Dimensional Life strives to break the cycle of teenage addiction through Christ-centered recovery classes, individual counseling, group therapy, family counseling, community involvement, and H.O.M.E. initiatives.
Building One, Suite A #800
Faiths Solutions offers counseling and life coaching sessions.
Women for Christ International
Building One, Suite A suite #900
Women for Christ International focuses on strengthening families and empowering women for life, so that women may reach their highest potential.
Total Victory Solutions
Building One, Suite A #925
Total Victory Solutions provides counseling and child placement services.
The Gainesville Ballet
Building One, Suite A #950
The Gainesville Ballet Company is a non-profit ballet company dedicated to promoting the appreciation, study, and performance of dance as an art form to as wide and diverse audience as possible.
Pay it Forward Scholarships
Building One, Suite A #975
Provides scholarships for private pre-K through 12th grade students to attend any accredited private school in Georgia. Our mission is to give parents the freedom to choose the best educational environment for their child.
Disability Resource Center
Building One, Suite A #1025
DRC is a private, non-profit organization designed to increase independence, access, and equal rights for everyone through the empowerment of people with disabilities. The Mission of DRC is to assist people with disabilities to live more independently, remove architectural, and attitudinal barriers in society limiting independence.
American Cancer Society
Building One, Suite B
The American Cancer Society is a nationwide voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer. Established in 1913, the society is organized into six geographical regions of both medical and lay volunteers operating in more than 250 Regional offices throughout the United States.
Ninth District Opportunity
Building One, Suite C
The mission of Ninth District Opportunity is to advocate for families in need and to promote access to opportunities which will facilitate movement towards self-development, self-reliance, and self-determination.
Community Food Pantry
Building One, Suite D & E
The Community Food Pantry is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization run by volunteers established for the purpose of assisting local families and individuals who are in need of food. They have provided groceries for the hungry since 1973, serving an average of 2,400 families a year.
Hall County Board of Realtors
Building One, Suite F
The Hall County Board of REALTORS® is committed to be the leader of our industry by serving members and affiliates, maintaining ethical and professional standards, protecting private property rights and enhancing the public’s perception of REALTORS® through community service.
Rock Goodbye Angel
Building One, Suite G
Rock Goodbye Angel, Inc. (RGA) is a community based 501(C) 3 nonprofit organization that offers a support network, grief education and pastoral counseling to grieving parents of pregnancy loss and early infant loss.
Lake Lanier Association
Building Two, Suite 200
Lake Lanier Association’s mission is to protect Lake Lanier and its watershed ensuring a clean, full and safe Lake Lanier that enhances the lake’s economic value to Georgia. The association strives to preserve the quality and quantity of the water for all users who rely on the lake and its watershed to enhance their quality of life.
Building Two, Suite 300
Rape Response serves as a system of support, advocacy, and education, providing services to the community and male and female survivors of sexual assault (age 13 and older) while safeguarding the dignity of each person served.
Family Ties, Gainesville
Building Two, Suite 700
Family TIES is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping families provide a safe, nurturing, and positive environment for their children and teenagers. Our programs seek to educate prenatal parents and parents with children up to age 18. We serve families who are wishing to improve their parenting skills as well as families who are incarcerated or mandated by DFCS or the court system.