Grants take many forms, including book subventions, museum and archive support, preservation awards, educational programming and research support. Typical recipients include colleges and universities, scholarly societies, and other public charities that collect or advance knowledge of our region.
The Foundation supports historic preservation in part through its Junior Board of Trustees, a talented group of high school students that makes grant awards to worthy preservation projects in east central Georgia. The Junior Board is divided into three chapters: Milledgeville, Thomson and Athens. Each chapter awards $33,000 annually. For more information, please visit our Historic Homes.