We strongly believe in partnering with our nonprofits – because strong, healthy nonprofits equal a strong, healthy community.
From grants to educational programs and more, the Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia strives to provide local nonprofits with the resources they need to thrive.
We Help By:
- Granting out money to local nonprofits
- Increasing marketing efforts by sharing their story
- Providing relevant educational opportunities
- Connecting nonprofits to people who will help drive their organization’s success (potential board members, volunteers, etc.).
We’re also available to answers questions nonprofits may have, whether fundholders or not.
Interested in learning more? Explore the various ways your nonprofit can partner with the Community Foundation and make the most impact on our community!
Our Grant Cycle is Live!
Our grant application opened February 12! This year we are focusing on food insufficiency. This includes any organizations that have programs related providing food to those in need, ie food pantry, food delivery, storage, etc.
We will be accepting applications from February 12 to March 13.
2023 Grant Awards
This year, we were proud to award 25 grants totaling $200,000 to area nonprofits!
The Community Foundation’s Good2Give Community Fund provides the funding for the grants, along with the help of our generous fundholders. The grants received are just a portion of the estimated $12 million we poured into nonprofits last year, along with education programming and other support services.
2023 Grant Recipients
Annandale at Suwanee, Inc.
Asian American Resource Foundation Inc.
Bald Ridge Lodge
Families First, Inc.
Family Promise of Gwinnett County
Freedom Path Counseling
Georgia Center for Opportunity
Latin American Association
No Longer Bound
North Fulton Community Charities
Peachtree Christian Health, Inc.
Sojourn Ministries, Inc. DBA Navigate Recovery Gwinnett
The North Gwinnett Cooperative
The Salvation Army
The Summit Counseling Center
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