The Junior League of Cobb-Marietta plays a major and highly visible role in the community. Partnering with community organizations that reflect our mission of service to the children and families of Cobb County, the Junior League continues to be instrumental in identifying and meeting community needs through volunteer assistance.
Issue-Based Community Impact – The Junior League of Cobb-Marietta along with many other Junior Leagues across the nation are participating in a collaborative and strategic organizational transformation process designed to ensure the long-term health, vitality and viability for generations of civic leaders to come. The goal of the new Junior League Community Impact Model is to enable Leagues to have deeper community impact and greater membership satisfaction by focusing on issues rather than on individual projects. The JLCM has selected Domestic Violence as its area of impact. We will collaborate and partner with other organizations to fight this epidemic that effects individuals in every community, regardless of age, economic status, sexual orientation, gender, race, religion, or nationality.
The Center for Family Resources
The Center for Family Resources provides comprehensive services and opportunities for individuals, families and communities to improve their lives and increase their economic capacity by offering education and employment services, housing services, direct financial services and community building programs.
Cobb County Youth Museum
The Youth Museum is a non-profit educational resource center offering children the opportunity to learn about significant historical, social, and cultural events through instructional activities which integrate arts and education while emphasizing personal involvement and participation.
Kidz2Leaders exists to help change the lives of prisoners’ children and to break the vicious cycle of incarceration. We help them rise above their circumstances, teach them to become leaders and provide a life of hope through Christian programming and a fun environment.
SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center
SafePath’s mission is to reduce the trauma to children and their families by offering a comprehensive, professional, and child-friendly approach to allegations of child abuse.
YWCA of Northwest Georgia
Established in 1917, the YWCA’s vision is vision is a community free of domestic violence and sexual assault. Our philosophy is to stand up and speak on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves.