Kiwanis Foundation of Atlanta Grants to Community Organizations
The Kiwanis Club of Atlanta, through its foundation, the Kiwanis Foundation of Atlanta, provides grants to 501(c)3 organizations through an annual application process.  Applicants must meet the basic criteria before applying.  The application process opens in late July and after the applicants undergo a review process, those selected to receive a grant are invited to the club's annual Holiday party where grants are disbursed.
GRANT PROCESS FOR 2017 IS CLOSED!  Organizations interested in applying for a 2018 grant must should contact the club in July 2018 by email to
Kiwanis Foundation Grant Recipients for 2016
21st Century Leaders, Inc.
Agape Community Center
Angel Flight
AFP - Philanthropy in the Classroom
Atlanta Botanical Garden Inc.
Atlanta Community Food Bank
Atlanta Community Ministries
Atlanta Mission
Atlanta Neighborhood Develop Partnership
Atlanta Opera
Boy Scouts of America, Atlanta Area
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta
Care Net
Center for Civil & Human Justice
Center for the Visually Impaired
CHRIS 180, Inc.
Citizen Advocacy of Atlanta/DeKalb
Cool Girls, Inc.
DeKalb Library Foundation, Inc.
Empty Stocking Fund, The
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Ferst Foundation
GA Center for Child Advocacy
GA Council for International Visitors
GA Humanities Council
Georgia Justice Project
Georgia Radio Reading Service, Inc.
Good Samaritan Health Center
Historic Oakland Foundation
Initiative for Affordable Housing
Junior Achievement
Kate's Club, Inc.
Moving in the Spirit
Multi-Agency Alliance for Children
Operation Peace
Our House
PAW Enrichment Center
Prevent Blindness Georgia
Project Healthy Grandparents
Project M.A.L.E. Inc.
Rainbow Village, Inc.
Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs
Second Helpings Atlanta
Shepherd Center
Skyland Trail
The Study Hall
USO Council of Georgia
Villa International Atlanta
The Wiskott-Aldrich Foundation
Women in Technology
YMCA - East Lake
Youth Hope-Builders
Youthvillages of Georgia
Zoo Atlanta