Community Foundation of Central Georgia



The Community Foundation of Central Georgia was founded in 1993 by a group of citizens interested in encouraging philanthropy and strengthening communities. Since then, the Foundation has awarded over $25 million in grants through its donor advised, unrestricted, designated, field-of-interest, scholarship, and organizational endowment funds.


As a local center for philanthropy, the Community Foundation of Central Georgia works with individuals, families, corporations, private foundations and not-for-profit organizations to carry out their charitable objectives and address emerging community issues.

Web Address

www.cfcga.org

Social Media Links

Twitter - @cfcga


Assets and Giving for Community Foundation of Central Georgia

Assets

2019 - 130,015,282
2018 - 119,570,926
2017 - 115,275,096
Domestic Grants

2019 - 5,743,411
2018 - 11,277,911


    

Recent News from Community Foundation of Central Georgia


Grow Macon volunteers plant crops in over 20 raised garden beds | 13wmaz.com
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

For the second year, they received a grant of $20,000 from the Macon Violence Prevention program through the Community Foundation of Central...more

Community Foundation announces more than $860000 in MVP grants for 31 organizations
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

"There are no quick fixes for preventing violent crime in our community," Kathryn Dennis, president of the Community Foundation of Central Georgia, says. "We remain committed to the work of...more

Heart and Soul Workshop provides school break program for students | Macon-Bibb County, Georgia
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

The goal is to provide a safe, creative, and encouraging space for students to be while school is out. “We believe mentoring students in arts...more

CFCG giving $636700 to 21 community-driven projects - WGXA
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

MACON, Ga, (WGXA) -- The Community Foundation of Central Georgia (CFCG) in collaboration with the Peyton Anderson Foundation, and the...more

Here's the 'Good News' happening across Central Georgia (Nov. 7-13) - 13wmaz.com
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

Thursday, the Community Foundation of Central Georgia presented a nameplate made in Davis' honor at the Tubman Museum. The plate was donated...more

Exhibit honoring Macon's only Medal of Honor recipient presented at the Tubman Museum
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

Thursday, the Community Foundation of Central Georgia presented a nameplate made in Davis' honor at the Tubman...more

CFCG awards grants to Macon Violence Prevention participants - WGXA
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

MACON, Ga. (WGXA) -- The Community Foundation of Central Georgia held a press conference to announce the first recipients of Macon...more

25 non-profit and faith based organizations awarded MVP Grants - 41NBC News
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

MACON, Georgia(41NBC/WMGT)— The Community Foundation of Central Georgia awarded its first round of Macon Violence Prevention Grants on...more

Bibb awards grants for Macon Violence Prevention partners | 13wmaz.com
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

MACON, Ga. — Macon-Bibb granted nearly $1 million to nonprofits in the county. The Community Foundation of Central Georgia announced...more

Community Foundation of Central Georgia awards $349K in grants to revitalize downtown | WGXA
Foundation: Community Foundation of Central Georgia

MACON, Ga. -- Another round of grants has been given out by the Community Foundation of Central Georgia(CFCG) that are set to spruce up...more



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