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The grant program of the Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation reflects a strong emphasis on basic human services, particularly organizations and programs that benefit children and youth in metropolitan Atlanta.
The Foundation devotes most of its resources to the Lettie Pate Whitehead scholarship program. Annual grants are made to accredited educational institutions in nine specified southeastern states to fund scholarships for the education of women. Support is also provided to a few selected residential care homes for the aging.
Grants of the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation reflect a strong emphasis on private secondary and higher education; arts and culture; museums and historic preservation. Grants are limited to specified public charities in Georgia and Virginia.
The Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation, Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, and Lettie Pate Evans Foundation share a common administrative arrangement with the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation.