To create the Macon/Bibb Law Enforcement Foundation (MBLEF). This new foundation's mission is to mobilize the community to support public safety officers in the City of Macon and Bibb County
To provide improved digital access for library patrons and create a civic gathering place
For general operating support
To support and help shape the agenda of the 2014 National Day of Civic Hacking.
To strengthen civic engagement at a key point in Macon's history through support of a broad-based initiative to increase citizen awareness of issues and candidates in the 2007 elections
To revitalize city government by providing Macon's new mayor and council a wide-ranging Fund for Excellence in Government, to be established at the Community Foundation of Central Georgia
To support the Community Foundation of Central Georgia's use of online giving technologies for two years in order to raise their community profile and engage new donors.
To break down barriers of access to the performing arts and touch the lives of residents with Random Acts of Culture (RAC), a series of unexpected, spontaneous cultural performances in nontraditional settings
To establish an "Innovation Corridor" that will attract and retain entrepreneurial businesses and individuals who will help revitalize downtown
To support the development of an arts education program at The 567 Center in downtown Macon
For a pilot project to digitally photograph 100 of the most important works in the Tubman's collection, create narrative documentation for each item, and make all readily available through the website
To break down barriers of access to the performing arts and touch the lives of residents with Random Acts of Culture (RAC), a series of unexpected, spontaneous cultural performances in non-traditional settings