Thank you to all our corporate partners for their valuable commitments of time, talent, and treasure to support the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters Metro Atlanta.

Highlighted below are corporations that invested $50k + to our agency in 2021.

Miracle Maker ($250,000+)

The Marcus Foundation, Inc.

United Way of Greater Atlanta


Memories Maker ($100,000+)

Altria Group

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation

Dragon Con

Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of the Department of Community Development/Youth and Community Services Division Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

The UPS Foundation


Marvel Maker ($50,000+)

Arby’s Foundation, Inc.

Cox Enterprises, Inc.

First Horizon Foundation

Georgia Power Company

Georgia-Pacific Foundation


Financial investments like these allow us to continue to defend the potential of Atlanta’s youth- together.  Through one-to-one and other mentoring models, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta has remained focused on 1) increasing academic success, 2) supporting college and career readiness, and 3) promoting social-emotional wellness in youth. For the 2021 school year, our more than 1200 Littles across metro Atlanta (12 counties) achieved extraordinary outcomes:

  • 99% were promoted to the next grade on time
  • 97% of high school seniors graduated on time
  • 92% of graduating seniors reported plans to pursue college, trade school, or the military
  • 99% did not become involved in the juvenile justice system


How can your organization support our mission to ignite and inspire the potential of youth in the communities of metro Atlanta? Click an option below to learn more about how you can stand with us and our community of mentors, kids, and families.

For more information about becoming a corporate partner, please contact Tara Spann, Senior Corporate Relations Manager.