In honor of the Junior League of Atlanta’s Centennial year, the board of directors and the general membership will award a total of $1M in grants to local nonprofits as a way to celebrate the last 100 years and kick off our next 100 years of service to the Atlanta community. This will be a one-time, transformational gift, prioritizing collaboration and innovation, which has a unique capacity to dramatically impact a nonprofit’s work and will profoundly advance the future of the organization, its constituents, the Junior League of Atlanta and the community. For more information about the gift please see the Top 5 Things to Know.
Timeline of the Gift:
- Summer 2016: in-person and online training sessions
- August 19, 2016: Letter of Intent released
- September 19, 2016: Letter of Intent due
- November 7, 2016: Invitation to submit a Final Application issued
- April 24, 2017: Grant(s) announced
The Letter of Intent deadline has passed and we are no longer accepting submissions.
For any questions regarding the Centennial Grants, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
On August 5, we hosted a Design Thinking webinar, in partnership with the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, for nonprofit executive and development staff to introduce The Junior League of Atlanta’s Centennial Grants goals and proposal design process. We have provided a link to the recorded webinar for anyone who was unable to attend the webinar or who would like a refresher.