Grant Program

Atlanta Braves Foundation

The Atlanta Braves Foundation invested more than $2.4 million in community grants and sponsorships to 92 non-profit organizations in the Braves Country community in 2022!

Standing by our mission to serve children, families and communities across Braves Country, the Atlanta Braves Foundation awards annual grants to non-profit organizations that are making an impact within our five community pillars: live, learn, play, serve and sustain. In 2022, the Atlanta Braves Foundation proudly funded projects focusing on health & wellness, education, baseball and softball development, food security, sustainability and more.

Since 1994, the Atlanta Braves Foundation has provided support and resources to thousands of metro Atlanta-based organizations. Through the generous help of Braves players and staff, sponsors and fans, the Atlanta Braves Foundation and our community partners continue to invest in children, families and communities across Braves Country.

The 2023 Braves Foundation Grant application is now closed. Submitted applications for 2023 are now under review.

2022 Atlanta Braves Foundation Grant Recipients
  • ArtsNow
  • Atlanta Children's Shelter
  • Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Books for Keeps
  • Camp Southern Ground
  • Carver YMCA
  • Center for the Visually Impaired
  • Connecting Generations
  • Covenant House Georgia
  • Dunwoody Nature Center
  • Furniture Bank
  • George West Mental Health Foundation (Skyland Trail)
  • Georgia Foundation for Agriculture
  • Girls on the Run
  • Golden Harvest Food Bank
  • HotLanta Softball
  • Kids Doc on Wheels
  • Lady Braves Fastpitch
  • LiveSafe Resources
  • Marietta Police Athletic League
  • Marietta YELLS
  • MUST Ministries
  • Next Generation Men and Women
  • Our Giving Garden
  • Pebble Tossers
  • Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia
  • Ser Familia
  • Silence the Shame
  • Southern Conservation Trust
  • The Giving Kitchen
  • The Path Project
  • Trees Atlanta
  • West Atlanta Watershed Alliance