2022 Grant Recipients

In 2022, the Jesse Parker Williams Foundation awarded grants totaling approximately $630,000 to organizations including:

A. G. Rhodes Home — Atlanta

Atlanta, GA General operating support for the Jesse Parker Williams Wing

The Boyce L Ansley School

Atlanta, GA Program support to advance the mental health program for children experiencing homelessness

Center for Black Women's Wellness

Atlanta, GA General operating support

COR

Atlanta, GA Program expansion for school-based mental health support for marginalized students

Friends of Atlanta Urban Food Forest at Brownsmill Communities Collaborative

Atlanta, GA Program support for community peer health workers

Gateway Center

Atlanta, GA Program support for Trinity Women's Center

Georgia Center for Child Advocacy

Atlanta, GA Program support for educating Georgia on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) through Connections Matter Georgia

Heiborn Servants

Atlanta, GA Program support for the Give Rides Program

Hopebound Mental Health

Atlanta, GA Behavioral Health Capacity Building and Workforce Development

Mental Health America of Georgia

Atlanta, GA General operating support

NAMI Georgia

Atlanta, GA Program support for mental health resources, support groups and raining for youth and children

Phenomenal Women's Health

Tyrone, GA Program support for the I Will Through in the Issues of the Heart Program in Clayton county.

Positive Growth

Clarkston, GA Program support for community support services and school based interventions.

Self Discovery Pain, Positioning & Purpose

Suwanee, GA Program support for Sharing over Shaming: Community ShopTalks

Ser Familia

Kennesaw, GA Program support for mental heath services for Latino families

The Urban Clinic of Atlanta

Atlanta, GA General Operating Support

Vision To Learn

Los Angeles, CA Program support for free eye exams and glasses for children in need at Forest Park Middle School and Unidos Dual Language School in Clayton county.