Bringing good people together to do great things

Cobb Collaborative educates, engages, and empowers local people and organizations to improve outcomes for children and families in Cobb County.

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Community impact is challenging to achieve

Every community has a wide range of needs and Cobb County is no exception. Improving the lives of everyone in a community is a daunting and complex challenge. But there is a way for all of us to work together towards collectively improving our county.

Our key initiatives for collective impact

We partner with a range of organizations and causes, but we focus on these three areas to make the largest impact on our community.

Stress, anxiety, and depression are on the rise and impact people from all walks of life.

The ability to read is proven to directly influence the opportunities and successes of children’s lives.

Equipping all residents to get involved with local institutions builds trust and connection.

We are the official Georgia Family Connection partner.

For more than 30 years, the Cobb Collaborative has served hundreds of organizations and individuals in Cobb County. Our goal is to be the bridge that connects all of our collective efforts into a greater impact. We’re an official Georgia Family Connection Partnership, meaning we have statewide support but deliver on a local level.

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Stay up to date with the Collaborative

Upcoming Events

April 13

Taste of Mableton

9:00 am-5:00 pm
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April 13

The Book Worm Bookfest

10:00 am-5:00 pm
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April 13

TRS Spring Games!

2:00 pm-4:00 pm
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April 13

FASKIA Masquerade Charity Ball

7:30 pm-11:00 pm
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Testimonials

They are an integral part of connecting organizations, community members, and those in need with vital resources.

We've been able to meet lots of people and get creative in terms of how we can work together.

The training sessions and knowledge are invaluable to me and my organization.

I can't imagine my ministry without them.

Our community is better when local organizations work together.