From Special Reports

Michelle Walden has joined the Coweta Community Foundation as the organization’s Accounts Payable and Receivable Administrator.

Previously, Walden has worked with family programming with the United States Army.

“As a citizen soldier and program assistant for Family Programs, I understand the positive impact CCF shares with the community,” Walden said. “I am both honored and grateful to be in a position where my skills are able to help the community in which I live.”

A resident of Coweta County since she moved to Georgia five years ago, Walden says she anticipates working with CCF to “help make a difference in the community.” She said she looks forward to seeing the growth and development of the Foundation and working with others who want to make a difference. She said the Foundation is “a good reminder that there are still people and organizations that still care.”

The Coweta Community Foundation is a publicly supported 501(c)3 organization that helps focus local philanthropy on the community’s changing needs. The Foundation manages individual gifts and bequests as an endowed pool of assets, distributing grants to a wide variety of organizations that enhance and support the quality of life in Coweta County, while maintaining the charitable intent of the donors. For more information, call the Foundation at 770-253-1833.