Southface programs aim to create better built environments and more resilient communities through partnerships with nonprofits, government agencies and corporate stakeholders.
The Healthy and Efficient Residential Environments (HERE) program ensures that everyone has access to housing that supports their well-being. HERE supports economic mobility, equity and opportunity by increasing the affordability of homes for low wage-earning families and improving indoor air quality conditions while delivering on the promise of a low-carbon future. We partner with public housing agencies, philanthropic organizations and businesses to help deliver a more equitable future through more equitable housing.
The GoodUse grant program supports nonprofits in reducing utility costs through regrants to improve energy and water efficiency. GoodUse aims to build community resiliency by allowing nonprofits to reinvest utility costs savings into their core programming while reducing their environmental footprint.
The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management Care and Conserve Plumbing Repair Program is a free plumbing repair service that helps reduce water bills by saving water and improving the health and comfort of resident’s homes.