Celebrating passion for philanthropy across Morgan County.
It All Begins With a Spark
The Morgan Fund of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta is now Spark Morgan! This fund was established in 2003 to bring together donors, nonprofits and community members to encourage philanthropy in Morgan County. Spark Morgan offers grantmaking, philanthropic learning opportunities and community awareness activities.
Beginning in 2016, the Foundation is combining its various general operating support programs into one grant cycle. This will maximize the time and capacity of nonprofit applicants, allowing organizations to submit information once to be considered for funding.
Since 2003, Spark Morgan! has granted more than $350,000 to area nonprofits to respond to the changing needs of the community. Last year’s grantees include Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy, Humane Society of Morgan County, The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center and Morgan County African American Museum.
2018 Grant Cycle Timeline
The 2018 deadline for this program will be announced shortly. Please sign up for the Foundation’s email newsletter to receive future notifications about this program.
Eligibility and Application Materials
To include a local perspective in this work, Spark Morgan! has an Advisory Committee comprised of knowledgeable leaders representing diverse segments of the community. Committee members live and work in Morgan County and are committed to developing local philanthropy and responding to the needs of their community.
- Sally Moran Hoge, Chair
- Carolyn Ainslie
- Barry Argroves
- Monica Callahan
- Joe Cardwell
- Jill Connolly
- Bruce Gilbert
- Jim Jones
- Alfred Murray
The Journey Starts Here
Ready to get started? Just visit our Nonprofit Online Portal to complete your Organizational Profile, Common Grant Application and Grant Application Supplement.