The Athens-McMinn Family YMCA provided 450 youth program scholarships so that youth can attend after-school care, summer day camp, and take swim lessons.
The Boys & Girls Club in Meigs County served 286 students in after-school and summer camps.
McMinn County Juvenile Services had 1,525 high-risk students in their drug prevention program and Summer Academy.
The Good Faith Clinic treated 649 individuals who are uninsured or unable to get health insurance.
Volunteer Behavorial Health was able to provide 60 clients with same-day medical access and medication payments.
The McMinn County and Etowah Senior Centers served over 50,000 meals for Seniors
The McMinn County Rescue Squad and Etowah Rescue Squad were able to keep their equipment updated and train their volunteers.
The McMinn County Education Foundation was able to provide over 2,600 books through the Imagination Library to children birth to 5 years old, provide teacher grants to teachers in Athens City, McMinn County and Etowah City schools and provide supplies and tests for the Adult Education program.
Helping Hands Ministry helped over 56 low-income families with home repairs so they can safely stay in their homes.
Coordinated Charities served 6,355 clients with food, rent and utility assistance to help mitigate further financial stress.
The Tri-County Center was able to purchase 3 vans to transport their adult clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities to work.