Charitable Giving

At Georgia Power, bringing energy to a community though our volunteer service and charitable donations is as important as providing energy through our power lines. We have five areas of charitable focus that we deem critical: health and human services, education improvement, environmental stewardship, civic and community outreach and arts and culture.


Our charitable giving commitment occurs through the Georgia Power Foundation, Inc., corporate giving and employee giving. The Foundation provides grants to organizations that are enriching the communities we serve. Since its inception, the foundation has contributed over $170 million to qualifying non-profit organizations. It ranks as the fourth-largest corporate foundation in Georgia in terms of giving.

Areas of Charitable Focus

Employee & Corporate Giving

Georgia Power makes charitable donations to hundreds of organizations and initiatives throughout our service territory. Over the last five years, our and our employees' corporate giving outreach has contributed approximately $20 million to diverse charitable endeavors across the state.

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Club of Hearts

For more than 50 years, Georgia Power and Southern Company employees in the Atlanta area have contributed millions of dollars to local health and human services organizations and helped current and retired Georgia Power employees facing financial hardship through the Club of Hearts non-profit organization.

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Apply for a Grant

501(c)(3) organizations can apply for a Georgia Power grant.

Our charitable giving management coordinates our company’s efforts to give back to the communities we serve. Strong preference is given to Georgia-based organizations and programs that seek to improve the quality of life for the state's residents.

To apply for a grant, please see the links below:


  • We do not provide grants to individuals, private elementary or secondary schools and religious organizations, nor do we fund political campaigns or causes.
  • We do not support organizations whose policies or actions discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age or disability.
  • Grant requests up to and including $25,000 are evaluated on an ongoing basis.
  • Grant requests greater than $25,000 must be reviewed and approved by the foundation board, which meets in May, August and December. All grant applicants are notified by the end of the month after each respective board meeting.
  • Tax-exempt organizations may receive contributions once per 12-month period and reapply on an annual basis.
  • We work with region and plant leadership teams to evaluate grant proposals within their local areas. Grant applications from region and plant locations should be submitted through the appropriate region management.

Find your region

Grant applications from region and plant locations should be submitted through the appropriate region management. Expand your region to find the correct local contact.

Northwest Region

Al Martin (Metro Northwest)


William Edwards (Metro Northeast)


David Campbell (Metro South)


Kathy Yates (Rome Area)

Southwest Region

Theresa Robinson (Macon Area)


Robert Watkins (Columbus Area)


Isaac Harbuck (Valdosta Area)

Northeast Region

Jason Stott (Augusta Area)


Christy Terrell (Athens Area)

Southeast Region

Swann Seiler