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Grants Awarded

All One Region Atlanta grantees are awarded a cash grant up to $5,000 and paired with a coach to provide technical assistance throughout the duration of the grant period. Since its first grant cycle in March 2014, One Region Atlanta has awarded more than $35,000 to nonprofit organizations and community groups dedicated to bridging cultures and faiths throughout the Greater Atlanta region.

Cycle 1 Grantees
American Jewish Committee
Fulton County
To support a film series that tells the history of Muslim-Jewish relations from the 7th century through today accompanied by a series of four programs held at synagogues and mosques across the region.

Arab American Fund of Georgia—Alif Insititute
DeKalb County
To support the building of a mobile exhibit to teach about aspects of Arab Americans and Arab culture.

Dunaire Civic Association
DeKalb County
To rehabilitate a neighborhood green space and recreational area used as a gathering space for the community’s “newcomers,” including the community’s first Bosnian, Burmese and Ethiopian families.

East Atlanta Village Activities Program at our Community Farmers Market (CFM)
Fulton County
To increase awareness and understanding among farmers market patrons of the wealth of multicultural and multi-faith groups/individuals that live in the metro area.

Go Eat Give
Cobb County
To support monthly destination dinners that feature speakers, artists, and cuisines from across the globe.

Somali American Community Center
DeKalb County
To support after school programs that consists of Somali, Sudanese, Congolese, Iraqi, Eritrean, and Bhutanse youth who are in need of academic, cultural and social development.

Cycle 2 Grantees
Clarkston Interfaith Group (CIFG)
$500 planning grant
To host an interfaith community event in Clarkston

Interfaith Children’s Movement, Inc.
For the purchase and implementation of a regional database software system

Neshama Interfaith Center, Inc.
$1,000 planning grant
To support classes that focus on diversity and interfaith