Generous Generation

Generous Generation
Kids Helping Kids

As a parent and supporter of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, you take comfort in knowing Children’s is there for all of Georgia’s children, including yours—and you do your part to ensure Children’s can continue to deliver high-quality pediatric care. You can extend your legacy of compassion by encouraging your children to be part of Generous Generation.

The Generous Generation initiative engages children and teens in activities that teach the importance of community service and encourage lifelong volunteerism and philanthropy. There are several Generous Generation programs available that can allow your children to make a difference in the lives of young patients.

Generous Generation T-shirts

Wear your support of Generous Generation. Purchase a graphic T-shirt, available in youth and adult sizes, with proceeds benefiting kid-oriented initiatives at Children's. Contact Melisa Morrow at 404-785-7338 to purchase your T-shirt.

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Mini Friends Put your own creative touch on raising funds for kid-oriented initiatives at Children’s.

Change for Children's Northside Youth Organization, Tophat Soccer and other Atlanta-area sports organizations exercise the spirit of giving with coin collecting challenges.

Hope and Will Happy Birthday

Hosting a Hope and Will Happy Birthday celebrates your child’s milestone and generosity while helping patients.

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Hop and Whirl for Hope and Will

By participating in Hop & Whirl for Hope and Will, children can be active, develop healthy habits and learn about the importance of helping others—all while having fun. Your participation could earn a grant for your school's health and wellness programs.


Nickel War

Nickel War is a fun, competitive way to raise awareness and money for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta simply by collecting spare change.

For more information

To learn more about these programs or other activities you can begin to encourage the next generation, contact Mikki Hawkins or Melisa Morrow.