ADC Foundation - Marietta
The ADC Foundation makes direct grants to two strategic focus areas: mathematics and science education, and nonprofit access to technology. Although the Foundation will continue to match ADC employee gifts to a wide spectrum of types of nonprofits and causes, the foundation will consider grant requests only in the following two areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education, Access to Technology.
Aflac's Community Involvement
Aflac's philanthropic efforts in our community can be seen in four areas: health, education, youth, and the arts. From contributing to the John B. Amos Cancer Center to helping underwrite the creation of a new library, Aflac is a vital part of the Columbus, Georgia, community. Aflac supports the American Cancer Society (ACS) by raising thousands of dollars each year through events such as Relay For Life.
Agnes B. Hunt Trust
The Agnes B. Hunt Trust consider 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in Griffin and Spalding County, Georgia ONLY. As directed in Mr. Hunt's will, these grants must be "used for the health, welfare and education of the poor and the needy, without regard to race, color or creed." In addition, these grants to "such educational and charitable organizations must operate in Griffin and Spalding County, Georgia." Applications must be received by November 1 ea...
Alvah H. and Wyline P. Chapman Foundation - Florida & Georgia
The Alvah H. and Wyline P. Chapman Foundation currently makes grants in support of not–for–profit organizations where the trustees and members live and are involved in the community. The Foundation will consider requests for support from organizations that have developed successful, innovative and creative programs that address the following: Children and Families, especially those at risk; Education, at all levels; Interracial and multiethnic...
Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation is focused on enhancing education, preserving greenspace, sustaining the arts and sparking collaboration among its community partners. The Foundationâ€™s geographic focus is on communities where members of the Blank family have deep roots: Atlanta; Maricopa County, Arizona; and Beaufort County, South Carolina.
Atlanta Falcons Foundation
The Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation was established in 1985 to serve as the philanthropic arm of the Atlanta Falcons. The Foundation is taking the issue of childhood obesity head on by investing in nonprofit organizations that are moving school–age kids to spend more time every day in organized physical activity.
Atlanta Women's Foundation
The Atlanta Women's Foundation is Georgia's only public foundation focused solely on the needs of women and girls. We leverage time, talent and treasure to engage the power of every woman as a force for change in the lives of all women.
Birds Eye Foods Foundation
The Birds Eye Foods Foundation provides grants to not–for–profit organizations operating in communities where Birds Eye Foods has facilities*. Primary giving areas include health, community services, education, youth, and cultural programs. Geographical areas: Watsonville, California; Montezuma, Georgia; Fennville, Michigan; Waseca, Minnesota; Bergen, Brockport, Fulton, Oakfield & Rochester, New York; Berlin, Pennsylvania; Algona & Taco...
Callaway Foundation - LaGrange and Troup County
The Foundation has made contributions from income for recognized religious, educational, and charitable purposes, such as schools, colleges, churches, hospitals, libraries, recreation, and downtown renewal. Grants are usually made for the benefit of projects and people in LaGrange and Troup County, Georgia. Preference is given to enduring construction projects and capital equipment. Challenge grants may be of special interest to the Foundation.
Carlos and Marguerite Mason Trust - Health & Wellness
The purpose of the Trust, created in loving memory of her husband, Carlos Mason, is to improve the process of organ transplantation for Georgians through the grants to Georgia 501(c)(3) organizations â€śfirst and primarily to enable them to provide needy persons who are residents of the State of Georgia with financial assistance when they require transplants of eyes, kidneys, hearts and other human organs.