Total amount raised for HomeGrown Charities since July 2007:

Some of our many community partners include Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta tornado relief, Atlanta Community Toolbank, Cabbagetown Initiative, Patty Foell 5K Race, Virginia-Highland fire station #19, Emory fire station #1, Grant Park fire station, Dream House for Medically Fragile Children, Morningside Lenox Park Association, Atlanta Youth Soccer Association, Neighborhood Charter School, Morningside Elementary School, Mary Lin Elementary School, Inman Middle School, Atlanta Charter Middle School, Emory University, Grant Park Cooperative Preschool, Grant Park Pool, Grant Park Parents Network, Dekalb Rape Crisis Center, Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, Project Open Hand, Gilda’s Club, Piedmont Hospital, Burbank Park, YMCA Atlanta, Atlanta Pride Committee and the International Rescue Committee.

Community Involvement

It’s all about Good Karma

At HomeGrown Restaurants, our approach to community involvement is all about fostering good karma in the neighborhoods we serve. We support local organizations through hosting charity dine-outs, in-kind donations, special events, and our charitable foundation, HomeGrown Charities, among other initiatives. Visit each restaurant’s website to learn about upcoming community involvement efforts.

HomeGrown Charities

HomeGrown Charities serves as our charitable arm to help make a significant and positive impact on the communities we serve. Through a series of fund-raising initiatives, we are able to raise money to benefit non-profit organizations within our local neighborhoods.