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Charitable Giving

Empowering Local Communities through Grants and Sponsorships

aajogo cassino focuses on supporting causes contributing to the well-being of the communities we serve. Our Company Representatives determine which local organizations to invest in by directing funding where it has the most impact.


How to apply:

Step 1

See if you're eligible

Review guidelines below

Step 2

Find your representative

Use the interactive map below to find your local representative.

Step 3

Contact your representative

Send an email with information about your request for funding to the designated representative.* 

Step 4

Submit application

We will invite you to apply through our online application portal system if your grant or sponsorship request is accepted.

Step 1: See if you're eligible

Step 1: See if you're eligible

aajogo cassino Sponsorship and aajogo cassino Foundation Grant Guidelines

Please read our Grant and Sponsorship Guidelines and Application Process steps below for an overview of our eligibility process:

  • Grant requests are accepted by invitation only.
  • We do not provide grants and sponsorships to individuals, private elementary or secondary schools, and religious organizations, nor do we fund political campaigns or causes. We support certain 501(c)(3) organizations and governmental agencies.
  • We do not support organizations whose policies or actions discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability.
  • Grant and sponsorship requests up to and including $25,000 are evaluated on an ongoing basis.
  • Requests greater than $25,000 must be reviewed and approved by the appropriate board or committee, which meets in May, August, and December. All grant applicants are notified by the end of the month after each respective board meeting.
  • Tax-exempt organizations may receive contributions once per year period and reapply on an annual basis.

Step 2 & 3 Find and contact your representative

Step 2 & 3: Find and contact your representative

Grant applications from region and plant locations should be submitted through the appropriate region management.

Use the interactive map below by selecting your region, or expand your region to find the correct local contact.

Northwest

Melvon Ingram
imelvon@southernco.com

  • Bartow
  • Carroll
  • Catoosa
  • Chattooga
  • Dade
  • Floyd
  • Gilmer
  • Gordon
  • Haralson
  • Heard
  • Murray
  • Pickens
  • Polk
  • Walker
  • Whitfield

 

Northeast

Christy Terrell
crterrel@southernco.com

  • Banks
  • Barrow
  • Clarke
  • Dawson
  • Elbert
  • Franklin
  • Greene
  • Habersham
  • Hall
  • Hart
  • Jackson
  • Lumpkin
  • Madison
  • Morgan
  • Newton
  • Oconee
  • Oglethorpe
  • Rabun
  • Stephens
  • Taliaferro
  • Walton
  • White

Metro

City of Atlanta

Reginal Roby
rjroby@southernco.com

 

Metro West

Al Martin
awmartin@southernco.com

  • Cherokee
  • Cobb
  • Douglas
  • Forsyth
  • Paulding

 

Metro North

Andrea Sieber
arsieber@southernco.com

  • DeKalb
  • Gwinett
  • North Fulton

 

Metro South

Reginal Roby
rjroby@southernco.com

  • Butts
  • Clayton
  • Coweta
  • Fayette
  • Henry
  • Rockdale
  • South Fulton
  • Spalding

Central

Central

Cassandra Cox
cccox@southernco.com

  • Bibb
  • Bleckley
  • Crawford
  • Crisp
  • Dodge
  • Dooly
  • Harris
  • Houston
  • Jones
  • Lamar
  • Laurens
  • Macon
  • Meriwether
  • Monroe
  • Peach
  • Pike
  • Pulaski
  • Talbot
  • Troup
  • Twiggs
  • Upson
  • Wilcox

 

Central East

Stephen King
sking@southernco.com

  • Baldwin
  • Burke
  • Columbia
  • Glascock
  • Hancock
  • Jasper
  • Jefferson
  • Jenkins
  • Johnson
  • Lincoln
  • McDuffie
  • Putnam
  • Richmond
  • Warren
  • Washington
  • Wilkes
  • Wilkinson

 

Central West

Robert Watkins
rwatkins@southernco.com

  • Chattahoochee
  • Muscogee
  • Taylor

Southeast

Swann Seiler
sseiler@southernco.com

  • Appling
  • Atkinson
  • Bacon
  • Brantley
  • Bryan
  • Bulloch
  • Camden
  • Candler
  • Charlton
  • Chatham
  • Clinch
  • Coffee
  • Effingham
  • Emanuel
  • Evans
  • Glynn
  • Jeff Davis
  • Liberty
  • Long
  • McIntosh
  • Montgomery
  • Pierce
  • Screven
  • Tattnall
  • Telfair
  • Toombs
  • Treutlen
  • Ware
  • Wayne
  • Wheeler

Southwest

Don Hutchinson
dfhutchi@southernco.com

  • Baker
  • Ben Hill
  • Berrien
  • Brooks
  • Calhoun
  • Clay
  • Colquitt
  • Cook
  • Decatur
  • Dougherty
  • Early
  • Echols
  • Grady
  • Irwin
  • Lanier
  • Lee
  • Lowndes
  • Marion
  • Miller
  • Mitchell
  • Quitman
  • Randolph
  • Schley
  • Seminole
  • Stewart
  • Sumter
  • Terrell
  • Thomas
  • Tift
  • Turner
  • Webster
  • Worth

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*aajogo cassino will consider requests meeting our guidelines and strategic goals.


aajogo cassino Foundation Signature Programs

Empowering Education, Empowering Environment, Empowering Communities

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Workforce for Georgia Signature Program

The Workforce for Georgia program supports college and career academies and school districts in the state of Georgia with CTAE programs to meet the workforce needs of local industries and businesses.

There are no current RFP programs at this time.

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Waters for Georgia Signature Program

The Waters for Georgia program invests in water quality improvement projects resulting in measurable benefits to environments and communities across Georgia. 


There are no current RFP programs at this time.

Teachers for Georgia Signature Program

The Teachers for Georgia program supports organizations and educational programs focusing on recruiting and retaining black male educators. aajogo cassino Foundation partners with designated organizations that focus on this initiative.

This is not an RFP program.


Empowering Georgia Through Partnerships 

We are committed to partnering with the communities we serve and bringing assistance and support to Georgians all over our great state. We are proud to play a role in building many impactful partnerships.