Is my donation secure?

Absolutely. The security and confidentiality of your information is our highest priority. We use industry-standard SSL (secure socket layer) technology to protect your information and provide a safe and secure environment for online donations. We will not sell, trade or share your personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations, and we will only share personal information if you have given us specific permission to do so.

Is my donation tax-deductible?

If you are a United States citizen your donation is tax deductible within the guidelines of the United States law. If you are not a United States citizen, your donation is not currently tax deductible, although we are working toward that status in Canada, Australia and Hong Kong.

Do I get a receipt?

One Community United will email a receipt to you. Please keep a copy for your tax records. One Community United will also send a year-end donation record to you, in January.

Are you an accredited charity?

Yes. One Community United is an accredited 503(c) non-profit.


One Community United began in March 2015 by the combined efforts of 22 people of various hues and colors, various ethnicities and faiths. The founding group also consisted of those of all political stripes, Republicans, Democrats, and Independents.

These founding members made a commitment on that first day to grow our numbers, increase our reach into the Hispanic and the Indian population, and to reach out to non-Christian Romans as well. We encourage all to help us accomplish this goal.

That founding group also committed that our organization would ALWAYS be NON-POLITICAL and Non-Partisan in an acknowledgement that good people of all political persuasions MUST come together and work together if we are to become a UNITED COMMUNITY having bridged the divides which have traditionally separated Blacks, Whites and other ethnicities into disparate communities.

We are open to all people, Those of all faiths or none at all, Conservatives, Independents, and, even professing Democrats but we promise to leave our politics and other differences at the door. We are only interested in getting to know good people of Rome who are in some way different from us for no purpose other than to bring diversity into our personal lives and in so doing bringing our community closer to ONE COMMUNITY UNITED in love and respect for all people.


To work toward the enrichment and improvement of the life of the people of Rome and Floyd Georgia and elsewhere through education and outreach. To this end, the Corporation shall have as its objectives:

To seek racial harmony and the melding of distinct and separate communities into a more united community where peace and harmony prevail and fear and distrust are dispelled.

To be a source of information and outreach to our communities through community events, dialogue and communications leading to improved relationships between communities and educational programs within communities.

To engage in no principal activity other than the promotion, conduct and completion of the purposes of the Corporation and to operate the Corporation solely and exclusively on a benevolent basis.


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Address: ONE Community United, Rome, Georgia

Phone: 098765432x