We graciously receive grants from the following organizations
Atlanta Women’s Foundation
The Atlanta Women’s Foundation is dedicated to breaking the generational cycle of poverty for women and girls in the Atlanta community. Their mission is to be a catalyst for change in the lives of women and girls.
The Aetna Foundation, Inc. is the independent charitable and philanthropic arm of Aetna Inc. Since 1980, Aetna and the Aetna Foundation have contributed $394 million in grants and sponsorships, including $15.6 million in 2010. As a national health foundation, we promote wellness, health, and access to high-quality health care for everyone. This work is enhanced by the time and commitment of Aetna employees, who have volunteered more than 2.3 million hours since 2003. Our current giving is focused on addressing the rising rate of adult and childhood obesity in the U.S.; promoting racial and ethnic equity in health and health care; and advancing integrated health care.
Atlanta Track Club Foundation
The Atlanta Track Club Foundation, Inc. was founded in the late 1980s with a mission to promote track and field, distance running, and allied events in the State of Georgia. Created with the endorsement of the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Track Club, the ATC Foundation was established through a donation from the Atlanta Track Club and has received generous donations over the years from that organization. The ATC Foundation operates as an independent and separate entity, through cordial cooperation with the Atlanta Track Club.
Finish Line Youth Foundation
The Finish Line Youth Foundation strives to make a difference in the lives of youth in the communities where employees and customers live, work and play. The Finish Line Youth Foundation financially supports opportunities for participation in youth programs that place an importance on youth development and an active lifestyle.
Live, Learn and Thrive
The Live, Learn and Thrive grant through Proctor & Gamble and GOTR national sponsor, Secret, is part of Proctor and Gamble’s global cause initiative aimed at improving life for children in need, age 0-13, around the world. Funding is provided to qualified charities to help children in need get off to a healthy start (Live), receive access to education (Learn) and build skills for life (Thrive). Each year, more than 50 million children around the world benefit from this effort.
The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta connects donors, nonprofits, community leaders and other partners to make philanthropy happen. The Community Foundation works directly with donors and their families to educate them about issues in the community and support their personal philanthropic goals. The Community Foundation was the catalyst in bringing together girl serving organizations in metro Atlanta which lead to the establishment of the Girls Collaborative, www.girlscollaborative.org of which GOTR-Atlanta is a proud participant.
GoGirlGo! is the primary programming focus of the Women’s Sports Foundation designed to combat the alarming physical and psychological health hazards affecting America’s young girls. GoGirlGo! works to improve the health of sedentary girls and to keep girls involved in physical activity. We get girls moving not through direct service, but by supporting programs and organizations that work with girls.