Two Rivers, One Heart


Two Rivers One Heart is a community outreach program created and managed by The Greater Geneva Chamber of Commerce to connect our organization’s ideas and practices to the public and identify specific needs in our community, providing a clearinghouse for services to people and businesses. Our goal is to educate, instill pride, help people and businesses, and augment the chamber’s mission.

Social Services

  • Partnership with Wiregrass 211
  • Local service agencies and non-profit awareness in Geneva County and surrounding cities
  • Local volunteer opportunities
  • Compassionate service to others in our community
  • Monthly citizen of the month story

Economic Development

  • Branding & advertising to support locally owned businesses
  • Buy Local campaigns
  • Job fairs to help fill positions for local businesses
  • Creating a cultural brand to help lure new corporations/businesses
  • Advocacy Marketing
  • Showcase major tourist attractions in our area throughout the region and the US
  • Partnerships with other regional and state economic development organizations
  • Monthly business and non-profit highlight stories

Events & Activities

Coming soon…

How You Can Help

It’s that time of year again! Students are getting ready to return to school and we want to help lighten the load for some parents and students in our community.

Like in years past, we will be collecting backpacks for students. If you or your business would like to donate backpacks, please let us know. Backpacks may be dropped off at the Chamber Office (Mon-Fri during the hours of 8:00 -12:00). You may also drop off at Willow House Boutique Wed-Sat. Monetary donations will also be accepted to help buy backpacks. Please donate before August 5th.

We are also asking for help from our local hair stylists and barbers. If you would like to either give a discount or give complimentary haircuts for students returning to school, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can get the information out into the public. Panther Pride Day will be Saturday, August 6th, so if you can offer hair cuts on that day, that would be great!

As always, we appreciate our community and admire how we can come together to help those in need!


We invite you to join us as an advocate by making a donation to Two Rivers, One Heart.

Our Communities

City of Geneva


The City of Geneva is located in southeast Alabama. Geneva is a city rich in southern tradition and community pride. It is small enough to offer that small town charm and southern hospitality but big enough to offer the everyday conveniences of a larger town.

City of Slocomb


The “Slocomb Tomato Festival” is the biggest and one of the best in the region held each year on the third weekend of June. The celebration is held at the peak of tomato season and different types and varieties can be purchased at the festival, the most popular being the Globe Tomatoes.

City of Hartford


In the middle of a quaint small city centered by a city square sitting at the junction of State Highways 52, 167 and 123, is Hartford, Alabama, population 2624. Founded in 1897, the business and social activity of Hartford still centers around its square.

The square’s focal point is a graceful fountain depicting a curly-headed youth and a long-legged water bird. Residents have treasured this lovely fountain for over 100 years. Hartford, dubbed the garden spot of the state, is a rare combination of progressiveness and charm.

City of Samson


Situated on a spot of land in what was formerly a part of the Mississippi Territory, is Samson, Alabama. What we know as the “Wiregrass” was at one time the Indian reservation of the Lower Creek Indians. The town has adopted the slogan, “Samson…We Grow Friendly People.” This phrase seems to genuinely capture the hospitality and warmth of the 2,300 residents. Along with a relaxed and friendly lifestyle, Samson offers something of interest for everyone. Recreational opportunities abound at nearby major fishing and hunting areas. The largest Alabama State Forest is less than five miles away. Friendly people, a quiet atmosphere, and a commitment to preserving the past all make Samson one of Alabama’s best surprises.