The Friends of Georgia Archives & History is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that supports the mission of the Georgia Division of Archives and History by:
- funding research tools, conservation, and educational programs
- volunteering for Archives, Capitol Museum, and FOGAH events
- advocating for the value of the Georgia Archives and archives in general
- supporting archival training, particularly through internships and the Dunaway Scholarship
The Friends of Georgia Archives & History, formed in 2004, is a not-for-profit organization that supports and enhances the programs of the Georgia Archives and the Georgia Capitol Museum. By underwriting education programs, public lectures, internships, exhibits, and projects the Friends enhance public awareness of the treasures to be found at the Archives and Capitol. The Friends strive to bring life to the documents and artifacts through programs that focus on those who created them, the significance of their creation, and the impact they had on the lives of ancestors and modern-day citizens.
Membership in FOGAH is open to all who appreciate and wish to sustain the Archives. Contributions to FOGAH are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.