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The Atlanta BeltLine

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Learn About the Capital Campaign

Building Capital for the Future of the Region

Critical to the Atlanta BeltLine's early success is a significant commitment of private charitable dollars to fund greenspace acquisition and development and trail construction. Private support of the Atlanta BeltLine will ensure that the city can take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity now and in the years to come.

Capital Campaign

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership kicked off a $60 million capital campaign in 2007 to underwrite the early development of key parks and trail segments along the Atlanta BeltLine and demonstrate this project’s potential to transform Atlanta. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed serves as Honorary Chair, and the campaign is co-chaired by a stellar group of Atlanta leaders:

    • Jim Kennedy, Chairman of Cox Enterprises, Inc.
    • Phil Kent, Chairman and CEO of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
    • Herman Russell, Chairman of H. J. Russell and Company
    • Ray Weeks, Chairman of Weeks Robinson Properties

The campaign is experiencing tremendous success. With Mayor Reed and the committed volunteer leadership committee at the helm, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has raised nearly $38 million towards the goal from more than 100 donors, including lead gifts from many of Atlanta’s largest foundations and corporations.

Campaign contributions are tax-deductible and will underwrite the early development of key parks and trail segments along the Atlanta BeltLine and demonstrate this project’s potential to transform Atlanta. Private support of the Atlanta BeltLine campaign will ensure that Atlanta can take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Donate

To receive more information about specific Atlanta BeltLine projects requiring private funding, please contact:
Valarie Wilson
valarie@atlbeltlinepartnership.org
Executive Director
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
PO Box 93351
Atlanta, Georgia 30377
Checks may be made out to Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and mailed to:
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership
PO Box 93351
Atlanta, Georgia 30377

Atlanta BeltLine Capital Campaign Brochure

Learn more about how your contributions will keep the Atlanta BeltLine growing. Download our fundraising brochure.

Lead donors include:

Robert W. Woodruff Foundation
Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
The James M. Cox Foundation
Kaiser Permanente
Sarah and Jim Kennedy/PATH Foundation
The Coca-Cola Company
The Home Depot Foundation
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
The Kendeda Fund
Mr. John C. Portman, Jr.
SunTrust Foundation and SunTrust Bank Trusteed Foundation
Florence C. & Harry L. English Memorial Fund
Woolford Charitable Trust Fund
Greene-Sawtell Foundation
Nell Warren & William Simpson Elkin Foundation
Wells Fargo
Ray and Helen Weeks
Georgia Power Company
Tull Charitable Foundation
The UPS Foundation
Georgia-Pacific LLC
Fuqua Family Foundations
AGL Resources
Mr. Ralph G. Edwards, Jr.
IDI
Mr. James Morgens
Norfolk Southern Foundation
Herman J. Russell Foundation
The David, Helen and Marian Woodward Fund