With a desire to foster the spirit of giving, The Imlay Foundation contributes to charitable and cultural organizations with an emphasis on smaller charities in Atlanta.
The beautiful grounds of The Atlanta Botanical Garden are home to signature flower and plant collections, art exhibitions and nature conservation. The Imlay Foundation has partnered with the ABG through funding for three permanent installations: Airborne, a mobile sculpture; the iconic Earth Goddess, and The John Imlay Bridge.
The Atlanta History Center’s approach to storytelling creates a special space for dialogue, discovery, and meaning that gives rise to a multidimensional, shared understanding of our city by connecting people, history, and culture. The newest exhibition, Fair Play: The Bobby Jones Story, opened in the Imlay Gallery on March 17, 2017 in honor of Jones’ birthday.
The Imlay Foundation was extremely pleased to fund construction of Camp Twin Lakes’ state-of-the-art swimming pool at CTL-Rutledge in 2011. At that time, it was the single largest gift in the Foundation’s history. The Imlay pool is among CTL campers’ favorite places!
The Imlay Innovation Fund supports innovative solutions to pediatric healthcare problems through engineering. The partnership between Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Georgia Tech and The Imlay Foundation provides researchers with funds to explore new answers to critical issues in pediatric care.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making kids better today and healthier tomorrow. Children’s manages more than 1,000,000 patient visits annually at 3 hospitals and 28 neighborhood locations and is the largest pediatric healthcare provider in Georgia. Children’s never turns away a child in need.
Eagle Ranch is a nationally recognized children’s residential program serving Northeast Georgia and surrounding areas since 1985. Boys and girls are provided a Christ-centered home, education and counseling in a program including family with the goal of the child returning home.
East Lake Foundation
The East Lake Foundation provides tools for families in The Villages of East Lake and students in the Drew Charter School education pipeline to build a better future for themselves and future generations through its holistic model for community revitalization.
Georgia Outdoors is one of Georgia Public Broadcasting’s most popular productions. The Imlay Foundation has been honored to support this entertaining and award-winning program, which educates people about the diverse natural aspects of our state, for the past twelve years.
Set in the Scottish countryside, Leuchie House is a unique place, specializing in respite care for people with MS, Parkinson’s and other long-term conditions. Every break includes 24-hour care, physiotherapy and a program of fun activities, outings and entertainment.
Murphy-Harpst, a covenant partner of the United Methodist Women, provides a safe and nurturing environment for severely abused and neglected children. Residential Services, Specialized Foster Care, and Community Services help children re-engage with society and lead productive lives.
The PATH Foundation has been building networks of off-road trails around Atlanta for walkers, runners, cyclists and skaters for more than 25 years. These scenic greenways preserve our region’s forested character and offer opportunities for families to enjoy nature together.
Theatrical Outfit’s mission is to start the conversations that matter by creating compassion, one story at a time. As the second oldest continuously operating theatre in Atlanta, T.O. produces plays and musicals that stir the soul.
Volunteers in Medicine of Hilton Head serves the health and wellness needs of the medically underserved who live or work on Hilton Head or Daufuskie. VIM provides more than 28,000 patient visits annually across 23 medical specialties at no charge to its patients.
The Woodruff Arts Center is home to the Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre, Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and High Museum of Art, the leading art museum in the Southeast. The Woodruff is the third largest arts center in the country and one of the only arts venues to offer both visual and performing arts at one location.
Zoo Atlanta has a mission to inspire all visitors to value wildlife on Earth and to safeguard species through conservation. The Zoo is home to more than 1,000 animals, including giant pandas and North America’s largest population of great apes.