Grant History

Year Organization Amount ($) Description Geographic Area Served Program Area
2022 Learn4Life (Atl) $100,000

Operating support for collective impact initiative focused on scaling best practices across metro districts in support of academic achievement and workforce readiness (payable over two years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2022 One Goal Metro Atlanta (Atl) $50,000

Operating support for program that trains and compensates classroom teachers to deliver college readiness curriculum; teachers learn and enhance transferable skills including Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, elevating student agency and running engaging classrooms. 

Metro Atlanta Education
2022 The Literacy Lab (Washington, DC) $50,000

Operating support for the Atlanta launch of the Leading Men Fellowship (LMF) which recruits, trains, places, and supports young men of color between the ages of 18-24 in a year-long residency in pre-K classrooms as literacy aides; in addition to improving literacy outcomes, LMF increases representation of male teachers of color in public education classrooms and strengthens the pipeline of men of color who aspire to teach.

Metro Atlanta Education
2022 Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement (Duluth, GA) $40,000

Support for professional development programs for Georgia's K-12 public school leaders during the 2022-23 school year including 1. A weeklong intensive training institute for school leadership teams across the state; 2. A specialized training engagement for non-certified employees in Twiggs County Schools; and 3. A collaborative learning network of leaders and teachers focused on designing solutions for a problem of practice.

Georgia Education
2022 Georgia Budget and Policy Institute (Atl) $100,000

Operating support for K-12 education policy analysis and research (payable over two years). 

Georgia Education
2022 Georgia State University College of Education and Human Development (Atl) $75,000

Supports an innovative extension of the Project NURTURE/GSU residency program by providing continued induction support for graduates during their first two years of teaching in Gwinnett and Douglas County Schools (payable over two years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2022 Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential (GCAPP) (Atl) $50,000

Support for expanded training and professional development around the use of GCAPP's Comprehensive Sex Education curriculum for Health and Physical Education teachers in 25 counties/districts across the state (payable over two years). 

Georgia Education
2022 Georgia Foundation for Agriculture (Macon, GA) 35,000

Programmatic support to expand the successful pilot of a one-year, hands-on professional development fellowship for 3 cohorts of elementary school teachers across Georgia to equip them with the knowledge and skills needed to deliver agricultural education instruction. 

Georgia Education
2022 Georgia Water Coalition (Athens, GA) $75,000

Operating support for an alliance of more than 275 organizations committed to ensuring that water is managed fairly for all Georgians and protected for future generations.

Georgia Environment
2022 Trust for Public Land (Atl) $150,000

Support for the Chattahoochee RiverLands Showcase Project which will activate 2.7 miles of riverfront incorporating trails, parks, boat launches and other public amenities in Cobb County. 

Metro Atlanta Environment
2022 Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership (Atl) $50,000

Campaign support for experiential leadership development program dedicated to building and sustaining a diverse network of environmental leaders in Georgia with the knowledge, advanced skills, and network necessary to hep resolve Georgia's environmental challenges now and in the future (over two years).

Georgia Environment
2022 One Hundred Miles (Brunswick, GA) $1,150,000

Capital campaign and operating support for Coast focused, coast wide organization working to help residents and visitors better understand critical issues facing our coast and take action to protect it with a focus on core issues of water and wetlands, land use, changing climate, and wildlife (over five years).

Coastal Georgia Environment
2022 Southern Environmental Law Center (Charlottesville, VA) $150,000

Operating support for advocacy in coastal Georgia.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2022 Greening Youth Foundation (Atl) $40,000

Supports third iteration of "The Bridge," a hiring platform designed to prepare and connect a talented, diverse pool of potential employees with public and private employers across the conservation sector.

Georgia Environment
2022 East Coast Greenway (Coastal GA) $40,000

Operating support toward development of a 165 mile, traffic-protected trail through coastal Georgia as part of the larger East Coast Greenway, a 3,000 mile route running from Maine to Florida.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2022 Savannah Riverkeeper (Augusta, GA) $60,000

Supports internal costs associated with the Savannah Riverkeeper's role as non-federal sponsor of the Savannah River Oxbow Restoration Project (over 2 years).

Georgia Environment
2022 The Georgia Conservancy (Atl) 25000

Support for back office coordination of the Association of Georgia Land Trusts which fosters collective advocacy and collaboration among the state's land trust community in the service of private land conservation. 

Georgia Environment
2022 The Nature Conservancy (Atl) 90,000

Operating support for a full-time Land Stewardship position focused on the application of prescribed fire and other stewardship activities for longleaf pine habitat associated with the Gopher Tortoise Conservation Initiative (payable over 2 years). 

Georgia Environment
2022 Augusta Locally Grown (Augusta, GA) $70,000

Operating support for expansion of cohort-based program serving people with chronic health conditions with dietician coaching, cooking classes, wellness instruction, health clinic visits, and prescriptions for vegetables that are redeemed at local farmers markets (over three years).

Georgia Health
2022 Georgia Vision 2020 Collaborative (Atl) $190,000

Programmatic support for collaborative effort among Emory Eye Center, The Lighthouse, and Prevent Blindness Georgia to more efficiently serve people in rural Georgia in need of follow-up eye care after initial exams (over two years).

Georgia Health
2022 Partnership for Southern Equity (Atl) $50,000

Supports the Just Health Academy, a leadership development program to equip grassroots leaders to promote health equity in their communities (payable over two years).

Metro Atlanta Health
2022 Our House (Atl) $150,000

Supports $4m campaign to upgrade facilities and strengthen organizational capacity for the continued provision of emergency housing for homeless families with newborns; NAEYC accredited child development program for children from homeless families; healthcare; and wraparound services.

Metro Atlanta Health
2022 Breakthru House (Decatur, GA) $100,000

Supports $1.8m capital campaign to expand residential capacity and improved administrative and treatment space for this state licensed and CARF accredited long-term, residential drug and alcohol treatment facility for women and their children.

Metro Atlanta Health
2022 Mosaic Georgia (Duluth, GA) $50,000

Operational support for the SANE Success Institute which provides training for Sexual Assault Nurses and Forensic Examiners across the state using best practices in clinical and trauma informed care.

Metro Atlanta Health
2022 The Extension (Marietta, GA) $75,000

Supports $6.8m capital campaign for the construction of a new men's residential treatment facility that will increase capacity by 70% in this state licensed and CARF accredited long-term, residential drug and alcohol treatment facility for men and women.

Metro Atlanta Health
2022 Magnolia House (Waycross, GA) 75,000

Supports the purchase of land for construction of a Family Justice Center, a one-stop-shop that will provide wraparound services for victims of domestic violence and assault across six rural counties in South Georgia. 

Georgia Health
2022 Canopy Atlanta (Atl) $75,000

Operating support for this start-up, nonprofit newsroom that creates collaborative, participatory, community journalism in which every story is sourced directly from community members and often reported by community members alongside veteran journalists (payable over 3 years).

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2021 Alliance Theater Institute (Atl) $50,000

Programmatic support for the Alliance Theater Institute, a large scale professional learning initiative featuring arts integrated instruction with a priority on Title 1 schools.

Metro Atlanta Education
2021 OutTeach (Marietta, GA) $50,000

Program support to implement job embedded professional development and coaching for K-6 teachers on five Title 1 campuses in Atlanta during SY 2021-22 for the purpose of equipping teachers to implement science standards through hands-on, outdoor experiential learning and integrate science across other subject areas.

Metro Atlanta Education
2021 Profound Gentlemen (Atl) $50,000

Operating support to build local communities of male educators of color for professional development and personal support designed to promote their long term retention as educators and, in the process, deliver profound impact on boys of color within their classrooms (over two years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2021 Public Broadcasting Atlanta (Atl) $50,000

Supports TutorATL, an online, professional tutoring service available at no cost for students in Fulton and Cobb Counties with a deeper partnership with the Atlanta Public Schools. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Education
2021 Georgia Public Broadcasting (Atl) $100,000

Program support for production of video-based, standards aligned curriculum focused on Environmental Science for use in PreK-12 classrooms; includes professional development for Georgia educators to assist with appropriation and use.

Metro Atlanta Education
2021 Multi-Agency Alliance for Children (Atl) $100,000

Gap funding support for LEADS program, which serves foster youth in grades 9-12 in DeKalb and Fulton Counties with individual educational and behavioral health supports. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Education
2021 One Hundred Miles (Brunswick, GA) $250,000 (over 2 years)

Operating support for coastal advocacy.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2021 East Coast Greenway (Coastal GA) $25,000.00

Operating support toward development of a 165 mile, traffic-protected trail through coastal Georgia as part of the larger East Coast Greenway, a 3,000 mile route running from Maine to Florida.

 

Coastal Georgia Environment
2021 The Current (Savannah, GA) $300,000

Supports full-time, investigative reporting on environmental issues across Coastal Georgia in the context of a non-partisan, non-profit, all-digital news outlet (over 3 years).

Coastal Georgia Environment
2021 Tybee Island Marine Science Foundation (Tybee Island, GA) $50,000

Program support toward implementation of Sidewalk to the Sea in SY 2020-21, a partnership with Savannah-Chatham Schools to provide exposure, experience, and connection to Georgia’s coastal and offshore environments for K-5 students in Savannah-Chatham County’s Title 1 schools; delivers standards-aligned, grade level-specific, cross-discipline curriculum using the coast as an outdoor classroom.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2021 West Atlanta Watershed Alliance (Atl) $75,000

Operating support for WAWA's community based efforts to grow a cleaner, greener, healthier and more sustainable West Atlanta (over two years).

Metro Atlanta Environment
2021 Drawdown Georgia Collaborative (GA) $200,000

Co-investment by the Dobbs Foundation and its next generation program, The Dobbs Fund, in a collaborative effort to raise the profile of climate and equity funding in Georgia to deepen support for under-resourced communities and inspire new investment by others; partners include Next Gen Committee of Ray C. Anderson Foundation, The Kendeda Fund, and The Sapelo Foundation (over two years: 2022-23).

Georgia Environment
2021 Greening Youth Foundation (Atl) $40,000

Supports second iteration of "The Bridge," a hiring platform designed to prepare and connect a talented, diverse pool of potential employees with public and private employers across the conservation sector.

Metro Atlanta Environment
2021 Lifecycle Building Center (Atl) $100,000

Supports $3.1m capital campaign to renovate Reuse Center and Store, LBC's hub for redirecting reusable building materials away from landfills and reinvesting them back into the local economy.

Metro Atlanta Environment
2021 PATH Foundation (Atl) $100,000

Supports $18.5m Mile 300 capital campaign.

Metro Atlanta Environment
2021 Open Space Institute Land Trust (Charleston, SC) $50,000

Supports deployment of OSI's SC staff to collaborate with and provide specialized grant writing support for GA DNR and colleagues to leverage federal funds on behalf of land conservation on the Georgia coast (over 18 months).

Coastal Georgia Environment
2021 Bethesda Community Clinic (Canton, GA) $45,000

Supports operating costs of a mobile medical unit serving Cherokee County. [COVID-19 response]

Cherokee County Health
2021 CaringWorks (Decatur, GA) $75,000

Supports delivery of integrated health services to uninsured clients. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Urban Health Initiative (Decatur, GA) $45,000

Pilot initiative to provide African American faith communities with consultation and health education designed to mitgate community spread of COVID-19 and encourage vaccine adoption. [COVID-19 response]

United States Health
2021 Center for the Visually Impaired - GA $75,000

Operating support for Georgia's largest service provider for the blind and visually impaired. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Community Advanced Practice Nurses (Atl) $50,000

Operating support for a shelter-based integrated healthcare provider focused on families, women, and children in need. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Jerusalem House (ATL) $50,000

Operating support for the oldest, largest provider of permanent, supportive housing for low-income and homeless individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS.

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Community Helping Place (Dahlonega, GA) $100,000

Capital support toward the construction of a 3,000SF health and dental clinic to expand provision of free, integrated healthcare to the uninsured working poor of Lumpkin County

Georgia Health
2021 ARCHI (Atl) $125,000

Supports Phase II of pilot to test rapid-referral system for connecting high-need patients at Mercy Care and Grady with social services critical to healing and health (housing, nutrition, and transportation).

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (Atl) $25,000

Supports Standing with our Neighbors program which provides probono legal services to families contending with unhealthy living conditions and other issues impacting housing stability in the face of unscrupulous landlords.

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Mercy Care Foundation (Atl) $100,000

Supports $26m capital campaign to renovate and expand Decatur Street Clinic.

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Partners for Home (Atl) $100,000

Program support for LIFT initiative to leverage $19m of one-time, Federal COVID relief funds with $5.1m of private support to speed and expand provision of supportive housing to metro Atlanta's homeless population. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Vision To Learn (Atl) $90,000

Operating support for vision screenings, eye exams and eyeglasses for students in Title 1 schools within Atlanta Public Schools and Clayton County Schools (over 2 years).

Metro Atlanta Health
2021 Candid (US) $25,000.00

Supports Boys & Men of Color Executive Director Collaborative Program, a cohort based inititative helping nonprofit leaders leverage strengths and align resources to sustain programming while increasing collective impact for boys and men of color.

United States Non-Focus
2021 Neighborhood Nexus (Atl) $75,000

Supports hiring of Community Impact Officer to help bridge gap between NN's data infrastructure and community needs more effectively (over 2 years)

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2021 Pro Bono Partnership (Atl) $25,000

Supports Phase II implementation of enterprisewide IT upgrades.

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2020 Atlanta Speech School (Atl) $150,000

Supports development of Cox Campus content for K-3 professional development curriculum in the area of language and literacy (payable over two years).

United States Education
2020 Learn4Life (Atl) $100,000

Operating support for collective impact initiative focused on scaling best practices across metro districts in support of academic achievement and workforce readiness (payable over two years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2020 Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (Atl) $130,000 (over two years)

Supports 2020-21 resident and cooperating teacher stipends of the CREATE Teacher Residency.

Metro Atlanta Education
2020 DeKalb County School District (Stone Mountain, GA) $16,940

Supports district implementation of PBIS Tier II Student Supports including training on restorative practices. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Education
2020 PARTNERS for Equity in Child & Adolescent Health(Atl) $200,000

Supports a school based health center re-opening fund that will provide bridge funding for one year to existing SBHCs for payroll support to restore and/or maintain existing staff and expand capacity for community outreach, mental health, and/or nurse navigators (paid through Donor Advised Fund). [COVID-19 response]

Georgia Education
2020 Public Broadcasting Atlanta (Atl) $50,000

Supports TutorATL, an online, professional tutoring service available at no cost for students in Fulton and Cobb Counties with a deeper partnership with the Atlanta Public Schools. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Education
2020 Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement (Atl) $50,000

Operating Support [COVID-19 response]

Georgia Education
2020 Park Pride (Atl) $50,000

Operating Support (over 2 years)

Metro Atlanta Environment
2020 Georgia Interfaith Power & Light (Atl) $50,000

Funds a part-time program coordinator for coastal Georgia (over 2 years).

Coastal Georgia Environment
2020 Southern Environmental Law Center (Atl) $100,000

Operating support for coastal advocacy in Georgia.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2020 Carl Vinson Institute of Government, UGA (Athens, GA) $50,000

Supports programming to provide legislators serving on Georgia's House and Senate Natural Resources and Environment Committees with unbiased, non-technical scientific and statutory background on major environmental issues facing the state

Georgia Environment
2020 Greening Youth Foundation (Atl) $40,000

Supports "The Bridge", a pilot hiring event designed to connect a talented, diverse pool of potential employees with public and private employers across the conservation sector.

Georgia Environment
2020 Angel Flight (Atl) $45,000

Supports non-emergency air transportation to life-changing medical care that is not available locally (payable over two years).

South Health
2020 ARCHI (Atl) $75,000

Supports pilot to test a rapid-referral system for connecting high-need patients at Mercy Care and Grady with social services critical to healing and health (housing, nutrition, and transportation).

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 Albany Area Primary Health Care (Albany, GA) $50,000

Provides for equipment, supplies, and mileage reimbursement for two-pronged pilot effort to obtain clinical data from patients being managed for chronic disease via telehealth; the first equips nurses for home visits to obtain data and the second equips patients for self-measurement. [COVID-19 response]

Southwest Georgia Health
2020 Emory University (Atl) $25,000

Supports "Feeding the Frontlines," a partnership between Emory University and commercial kitchens (otherwise closed caterers and restaurants) to provide meals to health workers at 15 area hospital locations as well as first responders (police, fire). [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 Good Samaritan Health Centers of Gwinnett (Norcross, GA) $150,000

Supports $3.2 million capital campaign to purchase and renovate a building to relocate its East clinic.

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 The Center for Black Women's Wellness (Atl) $45,000

Supports accelerated implementation of telemedicine with particular emphasis on chronic disease management, maternal child health, and behavioral health. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 CHRIS 180 (Atl) $50,000

Operating Support [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 Georgia Center for Child Advocacy (Atl) $95,000

Operating Support (over two years) [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett (Norcross, GA) $45,000

Operating Support [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 Whitefoord, Inc (Atl) $45,000

Operating Support [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 24/7 Gateway Center (Atl) $75,000

Funds an FTE Behavioral Health Specialist to extend support to evenings and weekends in response to increased demand associated with the pandemic. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 Cobb County School District (Marietta, GA) $50,000

Supports expansion of Youth Mental Health First Aid training to staff and faculty to better recognize warning signs of children in crisis. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health (Atl) $130,000

Supports a post-grad masters in public health fellowship program that places at least one fellow in each of Georgia's 18 public health districts (over 2 years through Donor Advised Fund). [COVID-19 response]

Georgia Health
2020 Prevent Blindness Georgia (Atl) $50,000

Operating Support [COVID-19 response]

Georgia Health
2020 Hopebound (Atl) $20,000

Operating Support for tech start-up that seeks to make affordable, culturally competent mental health services available to underserved adolescents using a web-based, tele-health platform.

Metro Atlanta Health
2020 Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta (Atl) $45,000

Supports implementation of enterprise-wide IT upgrades.

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2020 Communites of Coastal Georgia Foundation (St. Simons Island, GA) $100,000

Supports COVID-19 Relief Fund serving Camden, Glynn and McIntosh Counties.

Coastal Georgia Non-Focus
2020 Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta (Atl) $100,000

Supports COVID-19 Relief fund serving metro Atlanta.

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2020 Community Foundation of South Georgia (Thomasville, GA) $100,000

Supports COVID-19 Relief Fund serving South Georgia.

Southwest Georgia Non-Focus
2020 Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta $50,000

Supports COVID-19 Relief Fund serving metro Atlanta.

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2020 Southeastern Council of Foundations (Atl) $10,000

Supports increased coordination of the philanthropic response to COVID-19 in metro Atlanta and statewide Georgia.

Georgia Non-Focus
2020 YMCA of Metropolitan Atlanta (Atl) $100,000

Supports child care services for 1st responders and hospital workers as well as emergency food distribution. [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2020 Our House (Atl) $50,000

Operating Support [COVID-19 response]

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2020 LiftFund (Atl) $50,000

Supports loan loss reserves and interest buy down fund needed to deploy $250,000 in 0% loan to small business owners in metro Atlanta for COVID-19 relief.

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2020 Partnership for Southern Equity (Atl) $50,000

Supports the COVID-19 Rapid Relief Fund focused on front-line organizations serving low-wealth Black communities and historically disinvested communities of color.

Metro Atlanta Non-Focus
2019 Alliance Theatre (Atl) $50,000

Supports the Alliance Institute which provides teachers with professional development focused on evidence based, arts-informed pedagogies.

Metro Atlanta Education
2019 Georgia Budget & Policy Institute (Atl) $100,000

Supports education policy analysis and communications (payable over two years).

Georgia Education
2019 Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education (Atl) $75,000

Expands use of GPEE's Assesssment Inventory Protocol in 5 - 8 districts across the state to inform individual district's testing landscape, improve support for teachers in using assesssments, and inform statewide conversations about the role of assessments in education as the GA Dept of Education prepares for implementation of legislation allowing for the development of alternative assessment and accountability systems aligned with state academic content standards.

Georgia Education
2019 IAMHOLDENON (Atl) $75,000

Supports development of curriculum and educator toolkit to accompany a new video series focused on mental health and resiliency in the face of specific life challenges for use in school health classes across Georgia in partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting and the Georgia Department of Education.

Georgia Education
2019 Georgia Coast Collaborative (Brunswick, GA) [Fiscal Agent: One Hundred Miles] $90,000

Collaborative development of an online dashboard that tracks key indicators of coastal Georgia's environmental health.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2019 Longleaf Alliance (Andalusia, AL) $70,200

Supports hiring of part-time grant writer (payable over two years).

Southeast Environment
2019 Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences (Manomet, MA) $150,000

Supports shorebird conservation through two initiatives, the Georgia Bight Shorebird Conservation Initiative and the development and implementation of coastal engineering best management practices (payable over two years).

Coastal Georgia Environment
2019 Southern Environmental Law Center (Atl) $150,000

Operating support for coastal advocacy.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2019 ACF Stakeholders (Albany, GA) $50,000

Supports ACFS role in the development of an on-line drought dashboard for the ACF Basin in partnership with NOAA's National Integrated Drought Information System program.

Southwest Georgia Environment
2019 The Conservation Fund (Atl) $25,000

Funds a feasibility study investigating potential for expanding the Natural Capital Investment Fund's business lending operations to Georgia.

Georgia Environment
2019 The Conservation Fund fbo GA Dept of Natural Resources (Atl) $76,000

Provides funding needed for the Georgia Dept of Natural Resources to close on two properties with a bundled acquisition that totals 17,420 acres and permanently protects 4 viable Gopher Tortoise populations as part of the Gopher Tortoise Conservation Initiative.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2019 Georgia Forest Watch (Dahlonega, GA) $57,800

Supports ForestRoots Coalition, a new advocacy initiative designed to recruit, inform, motivate, and train a regional network of volunteers and organizational allies who will act as advocates for the Chattahoochee - Oconee National Forests within their respective communities and before the National Forest Service (over 2 years).

Northeast GA Environment
2019 Savannah Riverkeeper (Augusta, GA) $60,000

Supports internal costs associated with the Savannah Riverkeeper's role as non-federal sponsor of the Savannah River Oxbow Restoration Project (over 2 years)

Central Savannah River Area Environment
2019 Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia (Atl) $75,000

Supports development of evidence-based, Georgia specific online resource for prenatal education as well as technical assistance for prenatal education providers.

Georgia Health
2019 Good News Clinics (Gainesville, GA) [Fiscal Agent: Medical Center Foundation] $100,000

Supports Good News Clinic's implementation of an electronic medical record system (EPIC) for increased patient safety, greater efficiency, and a strengthened continuum of care in partnership with Northeast Georgia Health System.

Northeast, GA Health
2019 Mercy Care Foundation (Atl) $45,000

Purchase of new dental equipment for Mercy Care's Clinic at City of Refuge.

Metro Atlanta Health
2019 International Human Trafficking Institute at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights (Atl) $100,000

Supports baseline research to quantify incidence of human trafficking and develop a uniform nomenclature for criminal charges and prosecution in an effort to strengthen law enforcement's ability to fight human trafficking within multiple jurisdictions.

Metro Atlanta Health
2019 Quest Community Development (Atl) $100,000

$5 million capital campaign (private funding) for the Quest Nonprofit Center for Change which will include behavioral health services for Quest's residents and Westside's community members.

Metro Atlanta Health
2019 Emory School of Medicine - Urban Health Initiative (Atl) $100,000

Supports launch of oral health initiatives at two school-based health centers in partnership with HEALing Community Center.

Metro Atlanta Health
2019 Sight Savers America (Birmingham, AL) $35,000

Provides for case management and assistive technology for children with vision impairment in metro Atlanta.

Metro Atlanta Health
2019 Mary Hall Freedom House (Atl) $75,000

$5.25 million capital campaign with particular interest in the delivery of behavioral health services as part of their supportive housing mission.

Metro Atlanta Health
2019 Clarkston Community Health (Clarkston, GA) $40,000

Expand capacity of monthly vision clinic with the purchase of new equipment.

Metro Atlanta Health
2019 Good Pill Pharmacy (Norcross, GA) [Fiscal Agent: SIRUM] $100,000

Operating support for Good Pill Pharmacy, the first mail-order pharmacy stocked exclusively with surplus drugs designed to get medicine directly to low-income families in Georgia (over 2 years)

Georgia Health
2019 Voices for Georgia's Children (Atl) $75,000

Supports implementation of enterprise-wide IT upgrades.

Metro Atlanta Health
2018 Learn4Life (Atl) $100,000

Supports collective impact initiative made up of school districts, communities, businesses, and non-profits in which data is used to identify best practices at key milestones in a student's education and the scaling of those solutions to address academic achievement and workforce readiness in metro Atlanta (payable over 2 years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2018 Marcus Autism Center, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta $180,000

Supports deployment of professional development and coaching focused on social emotional engagement to DeKalb County School District personnel, Metro East Georgia Learning Resource Systems, Metropolitan RESA and 12 elementary schools in Southwest DeKalb County to assist teachers in creating an inclusive classroom in which both neuro-typical and atypical students can thrive.

Metro Atlanta Education
2018 Junior Achievement of Georgia (Atl) $100,000

Supports professional development for teachers preparing for service within JA Academies, Junior Achievement's redesigned approach to high school education that features project based business challenges delivered through an interdisciplinary case study methodology.

Metro Atlanta Education
2018 Captain Planet Foundation (Atl) $100,000

Supports implementation of GA's recently adopted K12 science standards through delivery of a year-long professional development program that uses a 3-dimensional environmental phenomena-based science curriculum to help teachers master student-centered, inquiry-based pedagogy. The 75 strategically located participants will be charged with supporting their local peers by redeploying training. Grant funds also establish a state-wide lending library for durable lab/field equipment.

Georgia Education
2018 TNTP, Inc (New York, NY) $300,000

Supports required local matching funds for a $7.8 million Education Innovation & Research grant focused on professional development for 11 school-based leadership teams charged with turning around under-performing schools in APS (payable over 3 years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2018 Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (Atl) $70,000

Supports stipends for 5-week Summer Resident Academy within a 3-year teacher residency program (CREATE); funding counts toward local match required for $8.3 million U.S. Dept of Education "Supporting Effective Educator Development" grant.

Metro Atlanta Education
2018 The Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership (Atl) $50,000

Assists with increased costs associated with facilitation team transition (payable over 2 years).

Georgia Environment
2018 The Nature Conservancy (Atl) $75,000

Enables The Nature Conservancy to include Georgia in a regional effort to increase the number of underserved youth entering natural resource professions with an emphasis on highly skilled, wildland fire fighting and prescribed fire careers while, at the same time, building capacity for prescribed fire and other restoration activities associated with the longleaf pine ecosystem.

Georgia Environment
2018 Longleaf Alliance (Andalusia, AL) $107,800

Provides support for Longleaf training academies and additional administration/accounting personnel (payable over 2 years).

Southeast Environment
2018 The Conservation Fund (Atl) $28,962

The Longleaf Partnership Council is a coalition of public agencies, nonprofit organizations, the forest industry, and private landowners with the common interest of restoring longleaf pine forests in the southeastern United States.  The Conservation Fund will use grant funds for expenses related to the Council's 2019 program year convenings and production of its Range-wide Accomplishment Report.

South Environment
2018 Georgia Conservancy (Atl) $75,000

Supports development of a state-wide education and outreach plan that will enable and foster collaboration among the land trust community in its efforts to conserve priority lands listed on Georgia's State-wide Action Plan.

Georgia Environment
2018 Georgia Wildlife Federation (Covington, GA) $100,000

Supports a public awareness campaign focused on educating Georgia citizens on the importance of land conservation, outdoor recreation, and resource protection.

Georgia Environment
2018 Mountain Conservation Trust (Jasper, GA) $30,000

General operating support.

Northwest Georgia Environment
2018 The Nature Conservancy (Atl) $125,000

$36 million capital campaign to underwrite strategic plan (2018 - 2020); funding allocated for coastal initiatives: on-going development of living shorelines and resilience planning with Camden County.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2018 One Hundred Miles (Brunswick, GA) $200,000

General operating support (payable over 2 years).

Coastal Georgia Environment
2018 Georgia Dental Association Foundation (Atl) $20,000

Supports two-day, free dental clinic in which volunteers provide cleanings, restorative care and oral surgery to approximately 2,000 low-income patients.

Georgia Health
2018 Our House (Atl) $68,000

Supports renovation of shelter facility serving homeless families with newborns by adding private bathrooms to residential units.

Metro Atlanta Health
2018 Georgia Center for Child Advocacy (Atl) $40,000

Provides up to $40,000 to support an updated strategic plan focused on GCCA's child sexual abuse prevention efforts.

Georgia Health
2018 Wholesome Wave Georgia (Atl) $50,000

Supports integration of the Fruit & Vegetable Prescription program (FVRx®) into care plan for patients of the Grady Health System.

Metro Atlanta Health
2018 Chatham County Safety Net Planning Council (Savannah, GA) $50,000

Provides stop-gap funding to maintain a mobile enrollment specialist position under the Coastal Campaign for Healthy Kids which helps families enroll their eligible children in Medicaid or PeachCare.

Coastal Georgia Health
2018 Foundation for Rhodes Homes (Brookhaven, GA) $125,000

Supports renovation of patient rooms and nurses' station to complement organizational shift from an institutional to person-directed model of care.

Metro Atlanta Health
2018 Good Samaritan Health Center of Cobb (Marietta, GA) $75,000

Supports reconfiguration of existing clinic footprint to allow for more exam rooms and increase service capacity.

Metro Atlanta Health
2018 St. Jude's Recovery Center (Atl) $50,000

$1.85 million capital campaign to expand capacity for women's residential treatment, outpatient services, and facility renovations.

Metro Atlanta Health
2017 Agape Community Center (Atl) $50,000

Supports four Education Specialist positions charged with coordinating services and providing academic supports for low-income children in four APS schools within the North Atlanta High School cluster (payable over 2 years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2017 Georgia Appleseed (Atl) $175,000

Supports district specific community engagement to bolster stakeholder support for PBIS implementation with fidelity (payable over 3 years).

Georgia Education
2017 Fulton County Schools (Atl) $80,000

Supports continued development of an "Expanded Impact Teacher" model to create a career ladder for exemplary teachers willing to assume teacher leader responsibilities; in partnership with Public Impact (www.opportunityculture.org).

Metro Atlanta Education
2017 Purpose Built Schools Atlanta (Atl) $150,000

Supports development of a "Teacher Leader" career path focused on retaining excellent teachers in the classroom within APS partner schools (payable over 2 years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2017 Alliance Theatre Institute (Atl) $50,000

Supports the Alliance Institute which provides teachers professional development focused on evidence based, arts-informed pedagogies.

Metro Atlanta Education
2017 Atlanta Speech School (Atl) $175,000

Supports content development for K-3 curriculum to help pre- and in-service teachers improve their practice for optimal early language and literacy development.

United States Education
2017 Relay Graduate School of Education [Fiscal Agent: redefinED Atlanta] $300,000

Supports launch of Relay's graduate teacher residency program in Atlanta in partnership with Atlanta Public Schools and KIPP Metro Atlanta Schools (payable over 3 years).

Metro Atlanta Education
2017 Park Pride (Atl) $40,000

Operating support (payable over 2 years).

Metro Atlanta Environment
2017 Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History (Savannah, GA) $100,000

$1.5 million capital campaign to construct an experiential learning center in the service of UGA's Center for Research and Education at Wormsloe.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2017 Southern Environmental Law Center (Atl) $150,000

Operating support for coastal advocacy in Georgia.

Coastal Georgia Environment
2017 UGA - Carl Vinson Institute of Government (Athens, GA) $50,000

Supports programming to provide legislators serving on Georgia's House and Senate Natural Resources and Environment Committees with unbiased, non-technical scientific and statutory background on major environmental issues facing the state.

Georgia Environment
2017 Savannah River Clean Water Fund (Augusta, GA) $50,000

General operating support (payable over 2 years).

Central Savannah River Environment
2017 Angel Flight (Chamblee, GA) $35,000

Supports non-emergency air transportation to life-changing medical care that is not available locally.

Georgia Health
2017 Gateway Center (Atl) $150,000

$3 million capital campaign to renovate the Gateway facility and, in the process, improve its utility as a gateway to and core service provider of primary, oral, recuperative, and behavioral healthcare for metro Atlanta's homeless population in partnership with Mercy Care and others.

Metro Atlanta Health
2017 Georgia Center for Child Advocacy (Atl) $91,000

Supports child sexual abuse prevention coordinator for the Metro Atlanta region over two years.

Metro Atlanta Health
2017 Whitefoord Community Program (Atl) $45,000

Provides medical and dental equipment for King Middle School clinic.

Metro Atlanta Health
2017 Wholesome Wave Georgia (Atl) $30,000

Supports Fruit and Vegetable (R) Program (FVRx) which promotes affordable access to fruits, vegetables, and healthy eating in underserved communities through partnerships with healthcare providers, community organizations, and fresh produce retailers.

Metro Atlanta Health
2017 Emory School of Medicine - Urban Health Initiative (Atl) $105,000

Underwrites launch of oral health initiative housed in a new school-based health center located at Hollis Innovation Academy in partnership with HEALing Community Center.

Metro Atlanta Health
2017 CHRIS 180 (Atl) $100,000

$12 million capital campaign to expand campus, upgrade facilities, and launch integrated health clinic in partnership with Mercy Care.

Metro Atlanta Health
2017 Dentistry for the Developmentally Disabled Foundation (Atl) $25,000

Supports replacement of worn dental and office equipment for dental clinic serving developmentally disabled patients.

Metro Atlanta Health
2017 National Center for Family Philanthropy (Washington, DC) $10,000

Supports upgrades needed to make NCFP's online Knowledge Center an open access resource for giving families.

United States Non-Focus
2016 Georgia Budget & Policy Institute (Atl) $100,000

Supports education policy analysis and communications (payable over two years).

Georgia Education