Recent Grants & Support

Common Good Funds

  • Center for Black Women's Wellness, Inc. – $112,000
  • First Step Staffing, Inc. – $40,000
  • GreenLaw – $35,000
  • Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta, Inc. – $90,000
  • Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter – $50,000
  • Kate's Club – $90,000
  • Whitefoord Community Program – $100,000
  • Moving in the Spirit – $61,500
  • S.H.A.R.E House, Inc. – $30,000
  • The Drake House – $25,000
  • The Georgia Justice Project – $100,000
  • The Place of Forsyth County, Inc. – $20,000
  • The Sheltering Arms – $130,000
  • Weinstein Hospice – $100,000 

 

Grants to Green

  • Agnes Scott College – $50,000
  • Atlanta Historical Society – $50,000
  • Calvary Refuge – $5,619
  • The Center for Children & Young Adults – $21,525
  • CHRIS Kids – $22,817
  • Foundation of Wesley Woods – $50,000
  • Life University – $49,650
  • McIntosh Trail Early Childhood Development Council, Inc. – $23,630
  • Positive Growth, Inc. – $3,754
  • Rockdale County Emergency Relief Fund, Inc. – $8,587
  • Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity – $5,657
  • The Walker School – $50,000
  • Wellspring Living – $11,453 

 

Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund

  • 7 Stages – $44,500
  • Art Papers – $45,000
  • Atlanta Celebrates Photography – $30,000
  • Atlanta Chamber Players – $15,000
  • Atlanta Contemporary Art Center – $60,000
  • Atlanta Shakespeare Company – $45,000
  • Aurora Theatre Inc. – $50,000
  • Dad's Garage Theatre Co. – $60,000
  • Horizon Theatre Company – $38,000
  • Monroe Art Guild – $5,000
  • Moving in the Spirit – $35,000
  • Out of Hand Theatre – $12,500
  • True Colors Theatre – $60,000

 

Clayton Fund

  • Arts Clayton – $5,000
  • Calvary Refuge – $5,000
  • Good Shepherd Clinic – $5,000
  • Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County –  $5,000
  • Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity –  $5,000

 

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Calling for Photos

Are you a recent grantee? In order to promote our work together to create a strong region, we ask grantees to submit images that best represent the work of your organization. Photos may be used in donor engagement materials, as well as other print and/or electronic communications. Additionally, we share photos of your work via our Flickr photo account.

To submit photos and/or contact with questions about photos, email us at tgiles@cfgreateratlanta.org.   

 

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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