Contact Us

Questions about receiving a grant?
Contact Natasha Battle Edwards, grants manager, at 404-588-3211

Questions about becoming a donor?
Contact Christy Eckoff, director of gift planning, at 404-588-3183

Questions about our finances or investments?
Contact Antoinette Dowdy, controller, at 404-588-3204.

 

ADDRESS

Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
191 Peachtree Street NE
Suite 1000, 10th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-688-5525
Fax: 404-688-3060
Email: info@cfgreateratlanta.org

Our office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5 PM (EST). 

 

DIRECTIONS

FROM I-75/85 Southbound 

  • Take Exit 249A, Courtland Street and travel south for five blocks.
  • Turn right on John Wesley Dobbs Avenue and travel west for one block to Peachtree Center Avenue.
  • Turn right on Peachtree Center Avenue and travel north for one block.
  • After crossing Ellis Street, 191 Building parking is on the left.

 

FROM I-75/85 Northbound

  • Take Exit 248C, Andrew Young International Boulevard/Freedom Parkway. 
  • Turn left onto Andrew Young International Boulevard and travel west for two blocks.
  • Turn left on Courtland Street and travel south for two blocks.
  • Turn right on John Wesley Dobbs Avenue and travel west for one block to Peachtree Center Avenue.
  • Turn right on Peachtree Center Avenue and travel north for one block.
  • After crossing Ellis Street, 191 Building parking is on the left.

 

MARTA 
191 Peachtree is served by the Peachtree Center MARTA station on the North/South Red and Gold lines. Station entrances/exits are one block to the north and one block to the south on Peachtree Street.
 
PARKING

  • Proceed to Visitor Parking. After parking, take the elevators to the building lobby. Upon arriving in the lobby, take the elevators labeled for floor 10 to the tenth floor. The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta is located in Suite 1000.
  • Less expensive parking may be found in surface lots surrounding 191 Peachtree, as well as in the Peachtree Center parking garage.
Highlights

Foundation measures metro Atlanta's philanthropy

At The Community Foundation, we are committed to promoting and supporting philanthropy in the metro Atlanta region.

In 2010 we commissioned an in-depth study to track the investment and engagement of residents in our 23-county region in four key areas: Community Involvement, Philanthropic Giving, Volunteerism, and Public Policy Involvement.

It is our intent to conduct this study every three years to see changes in how Atlantans are connected and engaged around in the four key areas.

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