Connecting Passion With Purpose

We are moving!

In September of 2015, The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta will be moving to 191 Peachtree Street. We will open our doors at the new location on Wednesday, September 30. Click to learn more and view our relocation FAQ.

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Our Work

The Community Foundation connects donors, nonprofits and community leaders to strengthen the Atlanta region through philanthropy. In doing so, we are creating a healthier region today and for generations to come. 

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Donor Engagement

Each year, we offer a wide variety of education and engagement opportunities for our donors. These events are designed to connect you to the issues in our community and help you make a greater impact through your giving.

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Our Civic Health

At The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, we know that thriving communities are communities that actively participate in philanthropy and civic engagement. Learn about results from a recent study on civic life in metro Atlanta.

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September 1, 2015: Our Thought Leadership Philanthropy column


We believe in the power of philanthropy to change communities and are partners with the United Way of Greater Atlanta on this weekly blog. Presented by the SaportaReport, it's free to subscribe. 

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September 1, 2015: Mourning Lynn Huntley: The Community Foundation Says Goodbye to a Board Member


The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta mourns the passing of Lynn Huntley, a board member and friend of the organization.

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August 13, 2015: Nonprofit Bridge Loan Fund Launch


The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta announced the launch of the Nonprofit Bridge Loan Fund today to assist nonprofits with cash flow challenges, access to loan capital and related issues. Click to learn more about it's resources and tools.

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July 30, 2015: “Ideas Challenge” Winner Uses $10,000 Grant to Empower Students to be Creative Activists in Youth Unifying Youth Project


Last night, the 2015 Ideas Challenge winners were announced at an awards ceremony at Georgia Public Broadcasting. Susanna Spiccia isthe first place winner and recipient of a $10,000 grant for her idea, “Youth Unifying Youth,” an after-school program in partnership with Re:imagine/ATL.

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July 6, 2015: 2014 Annual Report now available!


Our 2014 Annual Report is now here. This report explores the concept of "What's in a name?" In our case - everything!

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Strengthening Nonprofits

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