Nana Grants has received a $5,000 grant from Gwinnett Giving Girls, in partnership with Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia. Gwinnett Giving Girls was founded in 2017 by a group of philanthropically-minded women with the goal of supporting emerging nonprofits...read more
Green tea, black tea, rooibos...oh my! A lovely day for the Nana Grants "Our Cups Runneth Over" Tea Tasting yesterday at Renaissance on Peachtree. Handmade tea cups donated by Roswell Clay Collective made the afternoon extra special.read more
Look at this crowd! Nana Grants at the VETLANTA Q3 2017 SUMMIT hosted by KPMG. It was an honor to be in the company of 400+ individuals and organizations dedicated to veteran-orientated initiatives supporting education, housing and...read more
Join Atlanta's own Connie Miller, owner of ZenTea, for an afternoon class and tea tasting to benefit Nana Grants. Learn about international tea ceremonies, brewing tips and benefits of tea while enjoying a variety of teas from around the world paired with delicate...read more
You shop. Amazon gives. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Support Nana Grants by starting your...read more
Nana Grants is pleased to announce the appointment of Karrie Westphal, executive director of CREW Atlanta, as our new board chair. Currently serving as executive director of Commercial Real Estate Women of Atlanta (CREW Atlanta), Westphal has been very active...read more
Congratulations to Nana Grant recipient Amber Aur, a Health Sciences Student at Gwinnett Technical College.
On Friday, April 21, the Gwinnett Tech Foundation awarded its inaugural Nana Grant to Amber Aur, a health sciences student at Gwinnett Technical College. Amber is the first student at Gwinnett Tech to receive a Nana Grant. She is currently studying Diagnostic Medical...read more
Nana Grants, PharmaCentra and Concentra Solutions Host Sumter County Early Childhood Education Initiative Roundtable in Americus, Ga.
On March 23, Nana Grants, PharmaCentra and Concentra Solutions hosted the first meeting of the Sumter County Early Childhood Education Initiative Roundtable. The purpose of the roundtable was to discuss the issue of affordable, quality child care in Sumter County and...read more
Nana Grants thanks UnitedHealthcare and Marietta-based J&A Engineering for their generous support of Nana Grants' Winter 2017 Campaign!read more
Our first Nana Grant has been funded! Just three months ago, we had a vision for a non-profit that would provide child care support for low-income mothers attending college. Friends, family and colleagues: You made it happen! $7,000 will be awarded to a student mother...read more
Georgia's Strategic Industries Workforce Development Grant (SIWDG) provides FREE TUITION for one of 12 programs of study. For many low-income mothers, this opportunity is out of reach because they can't afford quality child care while attending school. Support Nana...read more