2018-2019 Grant Recipients

Komen Atlanta is proud to award more than $1 million to 17 community partners for the period from May 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019. Projects were selected by our independent review panel as those that will have the greatest impact on the Metro Atlanta community. Grants were awarded to innovative, non-duplicative projects that address breast health and/or breast cancer services.

Organization Category of Services
Atlanta Legal Aid Legal Services
BOAT People SOS Health Awareness & Promotion Program targeting Vietnamese women
Center for Black Women’s Wellness Clinical Breast Exams (CBEs), screening mammograms, & diagnostic services
Center for Pan Asian Community Service CBEs and mammograms targeting Asian women
Cobb and Douglas Public Health Screening & diagnostic for women 40-49
Dekalb Medical Screening/diagnostic mammograms, ultrasounds, biopsies
Emory St. Joseph’s Screening/diagnostic mammograms, ultrasounds, biopsies
Good Samaritan Health Center CBEs, screening mammograms, diagnostic services
Grady Diagnostic mammograms, ultrasounds, and biopsies
Gwinnett, Newton, and Rockdale County Health Departments CBEs, screening and diagnostic mammograms, ultrasounds, and biopsies
Mercy Care Screening mammography, diagnostic services, & support/navigation
Northside Screening/diagnostic mammograms, ultrasounds, biopsies
SRMC: Women’s Center at Spivey Station Screening/diagnostic mammograms, biopsies, ultrasounds
The Health Initiative CBEs, mammograms targeting LGBT individuals
Turning Point Rehabilitation and exercise services
WellStar Foundation Screening/diagnostic mammograms, ultrasound, biopsies, MRIs
YWCA CBEs and screening mammograms

For an in-depth synopsis of Komen Atlanta’s most recent grantees, click here.

Past Grant Recipients

2017-2018 Grantees
2016-2017 Grantees
2015-2016 Grantees
2014-2015 Grantees
2013-2014 Grantees

2012-2013 Grantees
2011-2012 Grantees
2010-2011 Grantees
2009-2010 Grantees
2008-2009 Grantees
2007-2008 Grantees
2006-2007 Grantees
2005-2006 Grantees
2004-2005 Grantees