College Football’s Most Charitable Bowl Game

Not only does Peach Bowl, Inc. host some of college football’s premier annual events, it has garnered a reputation of philanthropy unmatched in the bowl industry. In fact, the organization’s activism in the community has earned it the distinction of:

“College Football’s Most Charitable Bowl Game.”


In Charitable Contributions from 2002-April 2015

Endowments & Scholarships

Furthering its support of academics at all levels, the Bowl currently operates scholarships at 26 universities.

Winshape Homes

Created by Chick-fil-A Founder Truett Cathy, WinShape Homes is a long-term care alternative for children who desperately need a caring home environment.

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Charities

Each year, the Bowl contributes to a number of local and team partner charities, including Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, the American Diabetes Association, and more.


With a reputation of philanthropy unmatched in the bowl industry, the Bowl consistently provides support to other charities in times of need. Past recipients have included the LSU Student Hurricane Relief Fund, the Mal Moore Foundation, the Georgia National Guard, the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund, and more.

College Football Hall of Fame

Furthering Atlanta’s reputation as the “Capital of College Football,” the Bowl was the original investor and a founding partner of the new College Football Hall of Fame.

Play it Smart

The Bowl is invested in its home community by sponsoring this academic mentoring program in Atlanta Public Schools, full funding “Academic Coaches” in all 11 Atlanta Public Schools.

Georgia Lion’s Lighthouse Foundation

The Bowl was created in 1968 as a fundraiser for the Georgia Lion’s Lighthouse Foundation. Each year, the Bowl plays tribute to its founders by financially supporting its mission to foster sight and hearing conservation.


Driven by the leadership of President and CEO Gary Stokan, and a strong commitment from Chick-fil-A, Peach Bowl, Inc.’s desire to support the community has become one of its primary missions. Since 2002, Peach Bowl Inc, has given more than $17.9 million to charitable organizations.

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