Peyton Anderson Foundation
Since its inception in 1989, The Peyton Anderson Foundation has invested more than $70,000,000 in the Middle Georgia community. Through organizations like the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail, Macon State College, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and Goodwill Industries, the Foundation has touched the lives of thousands of Middle Georgians.
The Peyton Anderson Foundation initiates projects to meet needs in the community, responds to requests from charitable organizations, and provides college scholarships to promising students with financial need. With each grant that is funded and each project that is completed, the Foundation continues the vision of Peyton Tooke Anderson, Jr. to improve lives and enhance the communities of Middle Georgia.
The Peyton Anderson Foundation, which was formed to handle the broad distribution of the estate of Peyton Anderson, Jr., is committed to enhancing the quality of life in the communities of Macon, Bibb County, and Middle Georgia.