As Macon natives, we believe it’s important to support our community and state through charitable efforts and are proud to be involved with several organizations in the Middle Georgia area. We are involved with a number of nonprofit entities related providing for those less fortunate, conservation & environmental awareness, revitalization of our community, music, and the arts.
Supporting Our Community
Organizations we support include:
Georgia Legal Services Program: Georgia Legal Services Program (GLSP) is a statewide non-profit law firm serving 154 counties in Georgia that provides representation to eligible clients in selected civil matters.
Ocmulgee National Park & Preserve Initiative: an organization which seeks to preserve historical, cultural, and environmental values, while simultaneously providing the economic and other benefits of a National Park to Middle Georgia and beyond.
Friends of the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail: an organization whose support protects, maintains, and builds the Trail so generations will enjoy recreation and relaxation along the River.
Bragg Jam: a music, arts, and community festival in July of every year, in which activities abound with art, food, and music from 36 bands on 9 stages.
NewTown Macon: an organization devoted to restoring and re-establishing downtown Macon as a thriving center of economic, cultural, and social activity.
Rebuilding Macon: an organization of volunteers rebuilding and repairing the homes of those in need.
Altamaha RiverKeeper: The Altamaha Riverkeeper is a grassroots organization dedicated to the protection, defense and restoration of Georgia’s biggest river—the Altamaha— including its tributaries the Ocmulgee, the Oconee and the Ohoopee.
College Hill Alliance: The mission of the College Hill Alliance is to assist the community in creating positive change to the physical and social fabric of the College Hill Corridor, a two-square mile area between Mercer University and Macon, Georgia’s downtown business district.
The Mentors Project: A community –based organization aimed to support the on-going needs of local children struggling to meet day-to-day necessities.
Ocmulgee Water Trail Partnership: The 200 mile Ocmulgee River Water Trail will be a premier destination for paddlers and river enthusiasts that will provide a variety of recreational activities and promote local and regional economic improvements.
Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful Commission: a 501(c)1, is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, Inc. Our mission is to improve the quality of life in our community through litter prevention, recycling, and beautification.
Better Georgia: non-partisan organization that aims to have Georgia’s leaders focus on issues facing Georgians.
Middle Georgia Community Food Bank: supplies food and other commodities to 501(c)(3) Participating Agencies helping needy people in Middle Georgia.