The Goizueta Foundation Grant

From The Goizueta Foundation

The Goizueta Foundation appreciates the opportunity to learn about innovative programs that enhance life in metro Atlanta and seeks to partner with organizations whose current initiatives match our highest priorities. We recognize the overwhelming needs of our community and aspire to provide each organization with fair and thoughtful consideration.

Grant uses

Overview

Our strategic priorities include educational opportunities and expanded learning initiatives in the 10-county metropolitan Atlanta region, specifically:

  • Early Learning
    • Our vision in Early Learning is to ensure that children will be successful in kindergarten and beyond. We support high-quality, center-based child development programs that provide full-day, year-round care in metro Atlanta to families in need.
    • We aim to:
      • Enhance the quality of early childhood education programs for working, low-income families
      • Increase access to and enrollment in early childhood education for children of underserved populations in need
      • Advance centers’ organizational capabilities and sustainability by making select investments in capacity and infrastructure.
  • K-12 Education
    • Our vision in K-12 Education is to positively impact the academic success of K-12 students in metropolitan Atlanta. We partner with high-performing independent schools and large-scale organizations working within public school systems.
    • We direct our funding in two distinct areas:
      • GoSTEAM
      • Afterschool and Summer Academic Programs
  • A Stronger Atlanta
    • The Goizueta Foundation studies and considers participation in local efforts that help make Atlanta an exceptional place to live, learn and do business, and have a broad and long-lasting impact.

We believe that challenging organizations to think about education in innovative, strategic ways is part of the secret formula to creating life-changing opportunities for individuals and long-term benefits for the communities in which they live and serve.

Eligibility

Organization's Location
USA
Program Location
GA (Cherokee County, Clayton County, Cobb County, DeKalb County, Douglas County, Fayette County, Fulton County, Gwinnett County, Henry County, Rockdale County)
Organization Type
501(c)(3)

Ineligibility

Advocacy
Animal protection and wildlife preservation (including zoos and aquariums)
Arts and culture
Camps
Churches
Civil rights, social action and advocacy
Community improvement (including community action agencies and chambers of commerce)
Conservation/environments (including environmental education, gardens, and nature centers)
Emergency disasters and safety
Food, nutrition and agriculture
Health-related and medical research
Higher education (excluding preselected institutions)
Housing development
Legislative or lobbying associations
Membership benefit
Mental health, counseling and crisis intervention
Professional associations/membership organizations
Public foundations and community funds
Public policy and affairs
Public school districts
Public schools (including individual charter schools)
Recreational and social clubs
Religious organizations and/or religious orders
Temporary homeless shelters
Annual fund drives or membership drives
Event or conference sponsorships
Grants to individuals
Awards, prizes or competitions
Capital campaigns
General operating expenses
Operating deficits or retirement of debt
Political campaigns
Government agencies
not specified

Submission

Required Attachments
Organizational Budget
501(c)(3) Letter
Board List
Form 990
Strategic Plan