What We Fund
We promote progressive social change affecting vulnerable populations, rural communities, and the natural environment in the state of Georgia.
Grant cycle deadlines are September 1 & March 1. Online applications open one month prior to the deadline. Visit Grant Application tab for application requirements.
Executive Director, Phyllis Bowen, retires at the end of 2016 after having served 24 years with the Foundation. Click to read the announcement.
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: The Sapelo Foundation is accepting applications from qualified individuals seeking to fill the position of Executive Director. Click here to apply. Please direct questions concerning this notice to Isaacson, Miller.
The Sapelo Foundation:
Works to empower people who are powerless or marginalized.
Acts as a catalyst in promoting change primarily through affecting public policy.
Is strategic and proactive in its funding and leverages financial resources.
Convenes potential partners around issues.
Encourages collaborative action and networking, particularly among groups with differing racial, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds.
Takes risks in grantmaking and encourages other funders to participate.
Shares experiences with foundations and other potential partners.
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