Georgia-Pacific (GP) Foundation Grants for Education, Environment, Community Enrichment, and Entrepreneurship
Kentucky cities are eligible for grants for programs in education, the environment, entrepreneurship, and community enrichment.
Education: The Foundation supports a wide array of community-based educational programs that help transition students from school to the workforce with scholarships, job readiness training, and technical programs. In short, funding is intended to provide students and workers with the skills needed to succeed and move forward in today’s workplace. Education focus areas include college scholarships, job training, literacy, K-12 public schools and teacher development.
Environment: Environment focus areas include resource conservation, clean air, clean water, recycling and environmental education.
Enrichment: Enrichment focus areas include affordable housing, community and public safety, arts and culture, youth enrichment and volunteerism.
Entrepreneurship: The Foundation is specifically interested in programs that teach practical economic principles, the benefits of a free enterprise system, and real-world business skills to youth. In addition to supporting educational programs for youth, the Foundation also support organizations that build capacity in small, minority, and women-owned businesses. Entrepreneurship focus areas include youth entrepreneur education and women and minority entrepreneur programs.
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M. Dossman, Jr.President
133 Peachtree Street, N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30303