We provide support – both financial and “boots on the ground” – to numerous non-profit organizations in the greater Birmingham, AL metro area.  Some of the organizations who have benefited from the Greystone Foundation are shown below.


Lifeline Children's Services Logo

Lifeline Children’s Services – For 42 years, Lifeline Children’s Services has been providing gospel hope to vulnerable children, women, and families in Birmingham, AL. Lifeline is a holistic ministry that seeks to bring hope through international and domestic adoption, pregnancy counseling, family reunification, global orphan care, and education and counseling. Lifeline carries the distinction of being the largest evangelical adoption agency in the United States. They have created a strong legacy for future generations by engaging in family partnerships, education women to know life-giving options, and finding avenues to bring care to children and families around the world.

Visit www.lifelinechild.org for more info.

HOPE FOR AUTUMN FOUNDATION – OUR VISION IS TO BE COME A LEADER IN PROVIDING HOPE, ASSISTANCE, AND OPTIONS TO AREA FAMILIES BATTLING CHILDHOOD CANCER. Hope for Autumn Foundation provides financial ASSISTANCE for families of Alabama battling childhood cancer, supports innovative childhood cancer RESEARCH through the Developmental = Therapeutics Program at Children’s of Alabama, a cutting edge research and treatment program for children with incurable cancers, and increases community AWARENESS of childhood cancer through the #givehope program in schools and businesses.

Visit www.hopeforautumnfoundation.org

Greystone Employees Scholarship Fund Logo
Greystone Foundation Employee Scholarship – Starting in 2023 the foundation hopes to raise money to award financial assistance to current Greystone Country Club employees or their families. Depending on amounts raised moneys can be used to pay for books, tuition, room and board or hopefully all of the above. Moneys raised will be delivered to directly to higher education institutions such as Universities, Junior Colleges, and Trade Schools. The Foundation Board process of approval involves criteria that may vary year from year but will include high school transcripts, extracurricular activities, and Greystone employment tenure.

charities we have supported in the past