Arthur Blank was in his 30s when a doctor gave him essentially a mandate, changing his life.
Arthur Blank never let his stutter be a hindrance to his success. That was thanks in large part to his determination and the support of his mother, who always told him that his words mattered. Now Blank wants to help others who have the speech disorder.
The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation announced today it is giving $10 million in grants to a dozen civil and voting rights advocacy groups.
At the Mountain Sky Guest Ranch tucked into the Paradise Valley in Emigrant, Eastern spirits met Big Sky flavors. Two Westside Works Culinary Academy graduates from Atlanta received hands on training under the leadership of Executive Chef Mason Zeglen this summer.
At 77, the Home Depot founder, who has a net worth of about 4.7 billion, decides the best way he can spend his time is by giving away his fortune.
The Arthur Blank Family Foundation announced a $17 million grant to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights on Thursday, a sum that is likely to be transformative for the downtown Atlanta landmark.
The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Announces Nearly $5.4 Million In Funding For COVID-19 Relief Efforts
Commitments Made to Nonprofits in Atlanta and Montana to Help with Immediate and Long-Term Support ATLANTA – March 20, 2020 – In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation today announced nearly $5.4 million in funding for immediate and long-term recovery assistance to organizations providing critical support throughout Georgia and […]
A Georgia-based foundation is building on its 17 years of philanthropy in Montana with new grant-making and programming to its portfolio of charitable activities.
Soft-spoken, introspective and thoughtful aren’t usually qualities you associate with successful entrepreneurs–let alone someone like Arthur M. Blank, the billionaire co-founder of the Home Depot, and the owner of the Atlanta Falcons NFL team and the Major League Soccer team Atlanta United.