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GAWL Foundation Grants

The GAWL Foundation Grants Committee is pleased to announce that it is currently soliciting grant applications from non-profit organizations. The Grants Committee evaluates applications for grants twice a year in two cycles: fall and spring. The 2022 Fall Grant Cycle is now open! CLICK HERE TO APPLY! Deadline to apply has been extended to 11:59 p.m. ET, Friday October 28, 2022.

Typically, GAWL Foundation grants range from $500 to $2000 and are best suited to smaller organizations that will benefit from grants of this scale. The Grants Committee will select grant recipients based on the guidelines below. While the guidelines are flexible, the Committee will give preference to organizations with missions that align with the following guidelines listed below in order of priority:

  1. Organizations that provide free legal services to disadvantaged women and girls.
  2. Organizations that provide free services to disadvantaged women and girls in the legal system.
  3. Organizations that provide free services to disadvantaged women and girls.

If you are a 501(c)(3) organization interested in applying for a GAWL Foundation grant, please submit an application by 11:59 p.m. ET Friday October 28, 2022If you have any questions in the meantime, please email the Grants Committee at GAWL.Grants@gmail.com.

SUBMIT AN APPLICATION ONLINE - APPLICATION AVAILABLE HERE

Past Grant Recipients Include:

Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc.

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation

Camp to Belong – Georgia

Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS)

Decatur Preservation Alliance

DeKalb Pro Bono

Eating Disorders Information Network

Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy

Georgia Justice Project

Girl Talk

The Giving Tree

GOAL, Inc.

HOPE Atlanta

International Rescue Committee – Atlanta 

National High School Mock Trial Association

Perkerson Elementary School

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation - Georgia Chapter

Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia 

Soar As Eagles Ministries

Turning Point Breast Cancer Rehabilitation 

Visions Anew Institute