Financial Information

66 years of balancing more than budgets.

Stewardship, Transparency
and Trust

At the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, we understand it’s a delicate balance: Serve the needs of our region today while remaining financially sustainable to address the needs of tomorrow. It’s a balance we’ve maintained since we were first created in 1951 by the city’s (then) four largest financial institutions.

In 2018, the Foundation and our donors distributed $128 million dollars in grants and support. We also received $162 million dollars (unaudited) in new contributions, bringing our assets to approximately $1.1 billion. And as a public charity, the Community Foundation adheres to the highest standards to operate both in the public view, and the public interest.

It’s part of our commitment to our donors, and to the communities we serve.

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For more information, please contact:

Diana Champ Davis
Vice President, Capacity and Chief Financial Officer


As a philanthropist, you may request that your fund be invested according to one of our four investment options. Learn more about those options, our investment results and our thoughtful stewardship of your philanthropic dollars on our investment webpage.