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Aeon Foundation


The Mission of The Aeon Foundation is to promote the value of education and empower individuals around the globe through scholarships, development of mentoring programs, and direct community support.

The Aeon Foundation believes in supporting its own community. That is why we fund the Aeon Foundation scholarship. This year, The Aeon Foundation awarded two graduating seniors with $1,000 each at Johnson High School's Honors Night. The 2016 Aeon Foundation Scholarship winners are: Michaela Athena Merida and Kayla Butcher. 

The Aeon Foundation also strongly encourages minority students to go for a secondary education that is why we also fund a Minority Leadership & Excellence Award. This year, one individual of minority status was given a $2,000 grant towards Spelman College tuition.

Through support of educational and charitable endeavors, we hope to transform the lives of individuals across the world. We are proud to partner with and support the following organizations:

Aga Khan Foundation         ALS Association      Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County

                  Brenau University                    Challenged Child and Friends                  Childspring International

Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce            Emory University                Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus

         Hope Clinic of Gwinnett           Johnson High School       Make-a-Wish Foundation

    Project P.R.O.M.I.S.E.      American Red Cross      RISE Summer Program

         Supporting Adoption and Foster Families Together         The Citizens Foundation     Thumbs up Mission

    The University of North Georgia              United Way of Hall County            World Vision                           

For more information or to donate to the Aeon Foundation please contact us:
Phone:  1-(888)-661-0225
Email: [email protected]

Last year the Aeon Foundation donated $1.5 million dollars to help build a school in Tajikistan with the Aga Khan Foundation. Sonny, our CEO, is pictured below with the children in their new school.