The grant recipients and funding purposes were:
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta (BBBSMA) – $12,500 to support science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) Truck enrichment activities for children and youth in a one-on-one mentoring program, which includes activities focused on science, technology and engineering;
- Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce – $10,000 to support the Workforce Development program, which educates students on local opportunities in manufacturing while encouraging them to master technical skills to pursue a career in the field;
- Harvest Rain Academy – $9,300 to support the Pretty Brainy curriculum program, which empowers underserved students through hands-on learning experiences and offers resources for school-aged girls to explore activities leading to careers in STEAM fields;
- SoulSpa – $9,000 for an event where more than 600 elementary school children will participate in STREAM activities and interactive exhibits;
- YWCA of Greater Atlanta – $10,000 for the Teen Girls in Technology (TGI Tech) program, which inspires middle and high school girls to participate in initiatives focused on hands-on STEAM activities.