We’re invested in small businesses and the people they serve. But local nonprofits don’t always get the support they need. Which is why we’re encouraging you to #GiveWhereYouLive.
Discover the good in your neighborhood
To start, we’re focusing on nonprofits in 6 dynamic cities with diverse populations that are driving local culture and innovation. Join us in supporting the small businesses that make our communities great.
Get to know your local heroes
ATL Collective unites Atlanta’s music community by providing resources to undiscovered artists, celebrating cultural vibrancy, and connecting talent to audiences.
Freedom University is an award-winning, modern-day freedom school for undocumented students banned from equal access to higher education in Georgia.
Gateway Center is committed to connecting people experiencing homelessness with the support necessary to become self-sufficient and find a permanent home.
Giving Kitchen’s mission is to provide emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources.
Helping Empower Youth
HEY! is a metro Atlanta youth leadership development organization that works to ensure that young people are equipped to lead themselves.
Latino Community Fund
Latino Community Fund Georgia is a 501(c)(3) membership organization supporting Latinx/Hispanic communities in Georgia.
Lost-N-Found Youth works with community partners to support LGBTQ+ youth experiencing homelessness with hunger relief, shelter, and life stabilization services.
Soul Food Cypher
Soul Food Cypher (SFC) preserves and elevates the craft of freestyle rap and lyricism through safe, nurturing public cypher events and in-school workshops.
Village Micro Fund builds economic growth in underserved communities through teaching, investing, and supporting Black entrepreneurs.
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