The United Way of Greater Atlanta and the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta have awarded another $6.5 million in grants to 214 organizations in response to the region’s increasing needs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new report on equity in Atlanta’s philanthropic community provides both a snapshot of which agencies received COVID relief funding, and a conversation with Black women who lead organizations that, as a group, the study showed as receiving 18% of the $18 million in local COVID grant funds.
The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta has named nonprofit leader Frank Fernandez as its new president and CEO beginning in August.
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on November 22, 2019
Another key leader of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta will be leaving the organization.
In its sixth round of grants to nonprofits in the Atlanta region announced Friday morning, the Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund is distributing a total of $5.3 million in grants to a record number of 245 organizations.
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on Nov. 15, 2019
Back in the early 1990s, small- and mid-sized arts organizations in metro Atlanta had no lifeline to help them through the tough times and nurture them into vibrant entities in our region.
Another13 nonprofits were given a total of $1.46 million from the Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund on Tuesday.
The fourth round of grants from Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund was announced Tuesday – a total of nearly $1.8 million that will be distributed to 18 organizations for emergency response.
The COVID-19 crisis has had at least one positive impact in Atlanta – an unprecedented level of cooperation among local nonprofits.
The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta’s relatively new impact investment fund – the GoATL Fund – has closed on a $500,000 loan to Focused Community Strategies to boost affordable housing in the historic South Atlanta neighborhood.
By: Barrett Krise, Senior Philanthropic Officer, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta It’s the season of giving and often our thoughts turn to time with family, delicious meals and exchanging gifts. But it’s also a time when we think of giving back to others in our community, not just those in our immediate circle. I’m proud to […]
For 22 years, an impressive group of metro Atlanta civic, business and government leaders have spent three days a year visiting a North American city to learn how other cities are handling their urban challenges.
The LINK trips also have provided people an opportunity to get to know each other – connecting with leaders from different races, genders and sections of the Atlanta region as well as people from different circles of influence.