Alice Huffard Richards Fund Leadership Grants

We believe in honoring the legacy of Alice Huffard Richards by investing in the development of strong leaders in our West Georgia communities. 

Grantees include
Leadership Development & Capacity-Building for Nonprofits:
  • AHR Fund is currently strengthening West Georgia nonprofits by funding Standards of Excellence with partners CFWG, UWG, and The Georgia Center for Nonprofits.  To learn more, CLICK HERE. For any questions regarding the Standards of Excellence, please reach out to the WGNPN –
  • Nonprofit Community Capacity Building: AHR makes grants that help strengthen the local community of nonprofits, through the sharing of ideas and best practices, networking and informal mentoring.
  • West Georgia Nonprofit Network: Currently, AHR’s focus on Nonprofit Community Capacity- Building provides support for the newly-developing West Georgia Nonprofit Network. For more information about the WGNPN, email –

Eligibility Requirements

  • Only 501(c)(3) nonprofits or those operating under a 501(c)(3) nonprofit may apply
  • Must meet the requirements specific to each grant
  • Applications must be submitted online
  • Early application is encouraged
  • Grants are to be used in Carroll, Haralson, or Heard counties or designed to specifically benefit those communities
  • The grant year for funded applications will run January through December 

Applications for AHR’s 2024 grants open on August 15, 2023 and close at 5:00 P.M. on  September 29, 2023


Have questions?

Contact Ms. Patience Allan-Glick, AHR Program Manager:

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