Roberto Goizueta lived in his adopted hometown of Atlanta for 33 years. In 1994, two years before Atlanta hosted the Olympic Games, he encouraged a gathering of the city’s civic and business leaders to create “a dignified quality of life for all of its citizens” – to make a great international city even stronger.
In that spirit, The Goizueta Foundation studies and considers participation in local efforts that help make Atlanta an exceptional place to live, learn and do business, and have a broad and long-lasting impact.
Learn more about Mr. Goizueta’s passion for the city in this video.
Program staff proactively identifies initiatives to support, which, in this area only, may include capital projects, and invites prospective partners to submit grant proposals. Unsolicited proposals are not considered.