Grantees Announced for 2022-23 Cycle Two Grant Period

February 1, 2023

United Way of Greater Atlanta is on a journey to improve the lives of children and families throughout the Greater Atlanta area.

Nearly half a million children in our region live in communities with low or very low child well-being. Through our Child Well-Being Mission Fund, we invest in nonprofit partners that provide the supports necessary to strengthen the community. We recognize that it takes many different nonprofit partners to meet the complex needs of families.

In December 2022, United Way of Greater Atlanta awarded grants to Cycle 2 grantees. Awards were distributed to organizations that advance strategies within the following Investment Priority areas: Strong Learners, College and Career Ready, Economic Stability and Brighter Future. For this round of investments, multi-year awards were allocated to grantees funded through the United for Racial Equity and Healing Fund. If you have questions about our RFP process, please submit them here.

United Way of Greater Atlanta has distributed the following grants for the Fiscal Year 2022-23 cycle two grant period.
Grantees: Strong Learners

Strengthen Family Engagement: Fostering the natural leadership that parents have as their children’s first teacher, brain builder, advocate and coach.

Clayton County School

Odyssey Family Counseling

Results Central

Teach O’Rea Childcare

Increase Access to Early Learning: Ensuring more young children have quality learning experiences at home, at quality early childhood providers, and in the community.

Black Child Development Institute-Atlanta

West Atlanta Community Organization

YMCA of Metro Atlanta

Grantees: College and Career Ready

Strengthen Academic Support: Improving academic outcomes by ensuring youth have quality afterschool and summer experiences that foster academic outcomes, leadership development and planning for future careers.

Atlanta Care Mentoring Movement

Boy Scouts of America – Atlanta Area Council

Boy Scouts of America, Inc. Flint River Council

Communities In School Atlanta 

Future Foundation

Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta

Girls Incorporated Greater Atlanta


Latin American Association


MENTOR Georgia 

Raising Expectations

VOICES – Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network

YMCA of Metro Atlanta

Center for Children and Young AdultsSt

Expand Career Pathways: Creating opportunities for youth to build soft skills that employers prefer, such as comprehensive work-based learning programs including apprenticeships which advance work-readiness and connect to longer-term career opportunities.

Georgia Piedmont Technical College

re:imagine ATL 

youthSpark, Inc. 

Secure Housing and Basic Needs: Providing access to food, shelter and transportation is fundamental for children to learn and thrive.

CHRIS 180 (previously CHRIS Kids)

Covenant House Georgia, Inc.

Grantees: Economic Stability

Close the Skills Gap: Creating easy access to job readiness programs, increase opportunities for hands-on work experience, and provide financial support to secure credentials in high demand careers for low-wage workers and opportunity youth.

Goodwill of North Georgia

Urban League of Greater Atlanta

Manage Health: Providing access to health services so that individuals are better able to manage their health, work consistently and live independently.

American Red Cross 

Diabetes Association of Atlanta, Inc.

Empowerment Resource Center

Positive Impact Health Centers, Inc.

Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia

Secure Housing and Basic Needs: Ensuring families have stable housing, food security and reliable transportation to move from crisis to financial security.

3Keys, Inc.

A Home for Everyone in DeKalb

Amani Women Center

Frontline Housing

Project Renewal

Quest Community Development Organization


The Center for Family Resources 

Zaban Paradies Center 

Grantees: Brighter Future

Community-Driven Innovation: Engaging residents and local leaders in the innovation and redesign process of a neighborhood, in order to implement best practices in education, income, education, health, and housing.

Georgia Charitable Care Network

Visiting Nurse Health System of GA

Community Organizing & Civic Engagement:Strengthening skills of individuals and groups to participate in civic action, build broader coalitions, and advocate for improvements in their communities, which supports efforts that amplify the voice of residents.

Community Movement Builders*


The Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights*

Strengthen Resident Leadership & Learning: Increasing leadership development opportunities for individuals, civic groups and community coalitions.

Latino Community Fund

Project Generation Gap*

Westside Parent Avengers

*Grants are for multi-year commitments

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