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Atlanta Pride Announces 2022-2023 Community Reinvestment Grant Recipients

The Atlanta Pride Committee (APC) has announced its 2022-2023 Community Reinvestment Grant (CRG) recipients.

The CRG supports organizations doing critical work to benefit members of the LGBTQ community in the Southeast. APC’s 2023 priority funding categories include health services, transgender, and queer youth initiatives. This year, the grant will disseminate more than $70,000 among these organizations.

“No organization can achieve transformative justice and equity alone,” said Jamie Fergerson, APC’s Executive Director. “As Georgia’s oldest LGBTQ organization, it is our responsibility to give back to the community in a tangible way. By sharing our staff and their expertise, low or no cost opportunities to participate in the Atlanta Pride Festival and Parade, and tangible cash support, we support our grantees and community partners in continuing the work which benefits our shared communities.”

The 2022-2023 Grant Recipients are:

  • Acceptance Recovery Center
  • AID Atlanta
  • All-1-Family, Inc.
  • CommunityScape Services, Inc.
  • Compassionate Atlanta
  • Historic Atlanta
  • I Am Human Foundation
  • Out Front Theatre Company
  • Out on Film
  • Paint Love
  • Pets Are Loving Support, Inc.
  • PFLAG Rome, Inc.
  • Trans Housing Atlanta Inc.

“In 2022, APC expanded our impact beyond the borders of Metro Atlanta by partnering with grantees across the entire Southeastern region,” said Steven-Igarashi-Ball, APC’S Director of Equity and Engagement. “By continuing to support programming with ripple effects across the state and beyond in 2023, we will continue to build on the longevity of our grantees’ work.”

Learn more about CRG here.