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EmpowerHealth Pilot Program Grantees

To date, the Foundation has awarded $1,023,000 to 21 nonprofit health organizations in two EmpowerHealth cohort groups.

EmpowerHealth Cohort One Grantees

Center for Black Women’s Wellness
Georgia Community Support and Solutions 
Georgia Watch 

Georgians for a Healthy Future 

Good News Clinics

Good Samaritan Health Center
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta
The Family Center of Columbus

Voices for Georgia’s Children

EmpowerHealth Cohort Two Grantees

Camp Kudzu
Coffee Regional Medical Center
HealhHIE Georgia Corporation
Healthy Savannah
Hospice Savannah
Hospital Authority of Jeff Davis County Georgia
Innovative Solutions for Disadvantage and Disability
South Georgia Partnership for Health
St. Jude’s Recovery Center
Turning Point Breast Cancer Rehabilitation

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta

In addition to grantmaking, the Foundation wanted to build capacity among local consultants who provide technical assistance and support to nonprofit organizations. Five Georgia-based consultants (pictured below) were trained on TCC group’s Four Core Capacity Model and provide technical assistance to the EmpowerHealth Cohorts One and Two grantees during the capacity building and peer learning workshops.

Two of the consultants – Jennifer Ballentine of Highland Nonprofit Consulting and Jackie Sherman of the Jackie Sherman Group, Inc – developed a tip sheet for choosing and working with consultants. 

Click here to view the Tip Sheet.

For more information about the EmpowerHealth Grant Program contact:
Andrea Young Kellum, Senior Program Officer
phone: 404.653.0990

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