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The Community Foundation’s 2020 Grant Cycle is now open.
2020 Areas of Focus: Homelessness, Food Insecurity, Early Childhood Education, Healthcare
The Community Foundation is glad to announce the opening of our 2020 Grant Cycle!
In order to achieve the greatest impact, the 2020 areas of focus are: Homelessness, Food Insufficiency, Healthcare and Education. Only organizations which address those areas will be considered for funding through this general grant cycle.
To increase efficiency and lessen the burden on grantees, our grants committee would like to request prospective grantees submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) by March 2, 2020. After review by the committee, we will invite selected organizations to submit a full grant application.
The committee will notify those selected organizations by March 12th, 2020 and grant applications will be due April 13th, 2020. Only online submissions will be accepted.
The Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia believes philanthropy can play an important role in improving the quality of life and in helping to build an inclusive, caring and vibrant community. Through gifts our donors make that are unrestricted or targeted to a specific field of interest, we are able to fund a variety of community initiatives each year that are helping us help you make a difference.
To learn more about how the Community Foundation works with nonprofits, contact Randy Redner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Grant Recipients
Asian American Resource Center
FCA Soccer ATL
Girls Scouts of Greater Atlanta
Gwinnett County Public Schools
HoPe (Hispanic Organization Promoting Education)
The Hudgens Center
Paul Duke STEM High School PTSA
Sheltering Arms Early Education – Family Center
Single Parent Alliance Resource Center
Hands of Christ Duluth Cooperative Ministry
Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry
Norcross Cooperative Ministry
North Gwinnett Co-Op
Nothing but the Truth, Inc.