The Foundation supports more than 80 nonprofit organizations in Georgia each year that operate in the areas of education, arts & culture and health & human services. A few of the outstanding nonprofit organizations are featured below and the descriptions include links to the respective website for each highlighted organization.
December 6, 2015
In 1995, after the Foundation made its first investment in the Edgewood neighborhood with the school based clinic at Whitefoord Elementary, it consulted with Families First to develop a community based organization that could serve children, youth and families and the Whitefoord Community Program was born.
December 5, 2015
From its northwest Atlanta location on Martin L. King, Jr. Drive, the HEALING Community Center manages to serve over 1,500 patients with primary care and specialty clinics that include dental care, mental health and OB/GYN services. The Center attained Federal Qualified Health Care status in 2013 yet it remains committed to addressing the social determinants of health through all of its patient services.
December 4, 2015
Since 1997, the Agape Community Center has been serving the needs of children, families and seniors in northwest Atlanta. The Agape Community Center empowers and supports underserved families within its community to discover and embrace their full potential.
December 3, 2015
For more than two decades, Moving In The Spirit has served the Atlanta community with high-quality dance programs that educate, inspire and unite young people while helping them to become compassionate leaders. Moving in the Spirit began in 1986 with a small class at Stewart Avenue Shelter and today the organization offers 26 weekly classes to over 250 children.