Giving back to the Sandy Springs Community since 1988
The Sandy Springs Society is a charitable organization of women that was founded in March 1988 to support programs that improve the quality of life for the residents of Sandy Springs. Through its yearly grant process, the organization supports Heritage Sandy Springs and other non-profits in the community that promote the arts, heritage, education, the environment and social services.
- The Sandy Springs Society raises money for its grants through fundraisers, corporate and foundation sponsorships, membership dues and other contributions.
- To date, the Society has awarded grants of over $3 million.
- The Sandy Springs Society is a 501(c)(3) organization.
Supporting the Community
For our current fiscal year (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018), the Sandy Springs Society has awarded $206,500 in grants to 22 nonprofit organizations serving our community. Our grants process is competitive, and our all-volunteer Philanthropy Committee conducts site visits to all applicants and reviews applications and supporting materials. Annually we receive requests that total more than 150% of available funds.
This process, which is entirely done electronically, has allowed the SSS to touch lives young and old with philanthropic distributions ranging from as little as $800 to over $74,000 dollars. The Society is proud of the local impact we have with grants to a variety of notable Sandy Springs organizations that contribute a tremendous amount of good work every year. Funds from the Society have supported Riverwood & Ridgeview Charter Schools along with North Springs High School Foundation, Sandy Springs Mission as well as Everywoman Works, Horizons Atlanta, Watershed Alliance & Chattahoochee Riverkeepers to name a few. Each year the Philanthropic Committee reviews applications that have a significant impact on the quality of life of the residents of Sandy Springs.
Congratulations Gene Jordan
Winner of the 2018 Spirit of Sandy Springs Award
Sandy Springs Welcomes the Newest Turtle!
Heards Ferry Class of 2017 Gift
Heards Ferry Class of 2017 dedicates the Sandy Springs Town Turtle to the school. The 5th grade raised over $3700 for the donation, an idea submitted by Audrey Klie and Ryan Nuefeld. Turtle created by artist family Chris, Stacee and Madeleine Schwab.
Elegant Elf Marketplace 2018
Friday and Saturday, November 9 & 10, 9am – 5pm
An Evening of Elegance
New venue and dates!
City Springs Civic and
1 Galambos Way
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
In the heart of new downtown Sandy Springs
Thank You to Our 2018-2019 Sponsors:
2018-2019 Bronze Sponsors
Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine
Rita and Arthur Bodner
Fran Farias - State Farm Agent
Financial Development Systems
Hilbun Family Foundation
Etta Raye Hirsch
Dr. Janice Lee - Children's Dentistry of Atlanta
Jeanine Hurt Lewis
H.M. Patterson & Son - Arlington Chapel
Scott Pennington, MD - Peachtree Orthopedic Clinic
Powers Family Animal Hospital
Jenny Pruitt - Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty
Donna and Jim Squire
Stoughton and Associates
Knoxie and Med Walstad