The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
3223 Howell Mill Road, NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
The Blank Family Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant proposals.
Due to the volume of inquiries, the Foundation is unable to respond to every submission. The Foundation grant process is very competitive, and only a few ideas lead to grant awards. Also, the Foundation does not make grants:
- directly to individuals
- for scholarships
- or to support houses of worship or religious activity
- In nearly all cases, Foundation grants in these areas are limited to work in Georgia
Organizations seeking funds for projects that fall outside of the Foundation’s areas of focus should not submit letters of inquiry. Organizations looking for foundations with an interest in their work should contact the Foundation Center library in Atlanta, which makes available a searchable database nonprofits can use to develop funding leads.
To inquire about the Foundation's Art of Change and Inspiring Spaces initiatives, contact John Bare.
To inquire about the Foundation's Better Beginnings and Pathways to Success initiatives, contact Ayana Gabriel.
To inquire about the Westside Neighborhood Prosperity Fund, contact Debbie Schumacher.
To inquire about the Foundation's Speaker Series, contact John Bare.
To inquire about the Foundation's Film Series, contact John Bare.
To inquire about communications, contact Alison Sawyer.
To inquire about the Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation and its grant process, contact Lea Bond.
To inquire about the Mountain Sky Guest Ranch Fund and its grant process, contact Tawnya Rupe.
To inquire about Atlanta United Foundation, contact Marissa Ahrens.
To inquire about American Explorers, contact Kaamel Nuri.
To reach the president's office, contact JoAnn Ellis.
Organizations receiving funds from The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation and its affiliated funds must agree that Foundation grant funds will be used in compliance with all applicable anti-terrorist financing and asset control laws, regulations, rules and executive orders, including but not limited to, the USA Patriot Act of 2001 and Executive Order No. 13224. (Anti-Terrorism Financing Guidelines)