The following organizations may apply for a grant from Jesse Parker Williams Foundation:

  1. Nonprofit organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, except those that are private foundations and non-functionally integrated “Type III” supporting organizations as defined by Section 509(a) of the IRS Code.
  2. Nonprofit organizations located within, or having programs focused within the five county (Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Gwinnett and Clayton) Atlanta area.
  3. Nonprofit organizations, as described above, that are engaged in the following activities:
    • Individual and population level health programming for women and children, with priority given to programs that also address the social determinants of health
    • Community-based and hospital-based services for women and children
    • Direct services for women and children that include physical, oral and/or mental health services, with priority given to integrated care models
    • Case management, patient navigation, and ancillary therapeutic services (such as health or nutrition education, weight management, fitness training, audiology, occupational, speech, or physical therapy, etc.) and custodial services (such as assisted living, hospice, and skilled nursing facilities) for women and children
  4. Organizations willing to engage in peer exchange and dissemination of best practices regarding health services for women and children.

The Foundation does not fund:

  • Direct grants to individuals.
  • Sectarian religious activities.
  • Direct political lobbying.
  • Clinical research or trials
  • Treatment or research related to specific diseases
  • Endowment funds or capital campaigns
  • Event sponsorships
  • Camps

A complete copy of the Foundation's Grantmaking Guidelines and Application Procedures may be downloaded by clicking here.