Our Mission & Vision
The Dream Warriors Foundation believes that providing accessible support to a community of like-minded women, femme-identifying, and non-binary individuals inspires a stronger, more innovative local economy.
We seek to create opportunities. By selling affordable, annual Foundation memberships, collected funds will assist in growing Atlanta’s Dream Warrior-based economy by providing grants to individuals or groups in need and hosting networking events to further support one another.
Become a Member
Members of the Dream Warrior Foundation are the backbone to our grassroots grantmaking. By contributing $35/year, you will directly support our mission to provide support to local Dream Warriors in new ventures and personal needs to grow one’s potential and career. These funds will also assist in our organization’s administrative costs and ensure our ability to provide free, educational networking events for Dream Warriors in Atlanta. In addition, members will have access to discounts offered by local Dream Warrior-owned institutions. Scroll through the Directory to see current available discounts. Become a member today!
Apply for 2018 Grants
The Dream Warriors Foundation awards five grants annually. The annual Big Idea Grant is for individuals or groups needing startup funds to start their new venture in the Metro Atlanta area. Grant recipients will also receive mentorship, marketing support, and networking to ensure a well-rounded, sustainable and successful startup. The Spark Grants are given out quarterly to individuals seeking stabilizing, supportive, or unique funds. Half of all funding will be awarded to persons of color. Visit our Grants Page to learn more.
The Dream Warriors Foundation is a tiny but mighty operation and we worked hard to reach out to every business we could find. But, we know we missed some! If we missed you or you didn't receive our email, feel free to add your business through the Contact Us Page. Businesses must be located and operating in the following counties: Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett. Businesses must be 50% women, femme-identifying, or non-binary owned.
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