The purpose of the Georgia-Pacific Foundation is to help create and fund programs and initiatives that add value to, and measurably improve, the quality of life within the communities where Georgia-Pacific employees live and work.
The Foundation primarily invests resources in four key areas that are essential to creating and sustaining strong communities: Education, Environment, Community Enrichment, and Entrepreneurship.
More detail on the focus areas:
- Job Training
- Clean air, Clean water, recycling
- Environmental Education
- Land Conservation
- Resource Conservation
- Affordable Housing
- Arts and Culture
- Community Safety
- Employee Volunteerism
- Youth Enrichment Programs
- Youth Entrepreneurs of Atlanta
- Market Based Management Courses – Colleges, Universities, Non-Profits
- Women and Minority Entrepreneur Programs
Interested applicants may complete an online eligibility quiz. If your program meets the initial criteria, you will be invited to submit a full proposal.
Requests are reviewed on a rolling cycle throughout the calendar year. Due to limited funding at year-end, submission by October 31 is encouraged.