Atlanta's Mechanicsville, Peoplestown, Pittsburgh, Summerhill & Grant Park.

SNCTF CURRENT GRANTEES

HouseProud Atlanta

 HouseProud Atlanta helps low-income senior, veteran, and disabled Atlanta homeowners make crucial home repairs so they can age in place in their communities.  

WestCare Georgia

WC-GA provides evidence-based programming and services to adolescents, adults, and their families in the State of Georgia and the tri-jurisdictional, greater Metro- Atlanta area . 


 

Community Care, Inc

 Community Care develops strategies and programs that offer alternatives for young

people whom otherwise might become part of the statistics of their neighborhood.

Emmaus House

Emmaus House seeks transformation in the lives of individuals, within communities, and in the systems that shape our lives. To achieve this change, we believe that as an organization we must focus on both relationship and results. 

Environmental Community Action Inc. (ECO-Action)

ECO-Action helps youth and adult residents  understand the environmental issues in their neighborhoods and enable them to take meaningful action in response.

Housing Justice League

 Housing Justice League (HIL) is a grassroots, community-led organization that works with homeowners and renters in Atlanta to preserve and create new affordable housing and launch democratic participatory campaigns for housing justice.

Peoplestown Revitalization Corporation

The mission of Peoplestown Revitalization Corporation is to improve the quality of life for residents of the community.  They are serving as the fiscal agent for  555 Community Information Champions. The goal of 555 is to serve underserved seniors who live and create  an Atlanta Neighborhood organization that serves all of NPU-V (Neighborhood Planning Unit).  555 CIC has been in action for more than 5 years now. We seek to learn information that will lift our seniors and allow them to age in their community with connected resources. 

Center for Black Women's Wellness

The Center for Black Women's Wellness has been located in the Dunbar Neighborhood Center for over 30 years and has programming in three focus areas: women's health, maternal and infant health, and economic health/self-sufficiency. CBWW has a solid track record of working with the community to plan and implement impactful programs that serve over 3,000 individuals annually.