The Many Ways to Support Children's
Children’s offers many hospital volunteer and educational opportunities for a variety of ages and groups.
Support While You Shop
You can turn a portion of your dining-out dollars and spending money into an impactful contribution to help improve kids’ health.
In-Kind and Wish List Gifts
Whether you donate a gift, purchase from our Wish List or order a Hope and Will license plate for your car, you can help make a difference at Children’s.
Monthly giving helps Children’s continue to provide the high-quality pediatric care Georgia families have come to trust.
Organize a Fundraiser
When you host a fundraiser for Children’s, you are helping Georgia’s kids have access to the quality pediatric care they deserve.
Friends, the community volunteer organization of Children’s, has thousands of members across metro Atlanta who raise funds each year to fulfill crucial needs.
The Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals team at Children’s and our partners offer patients and families a variety of fun events.
Attend an Event
There’s lots of opportunities to volunteer at or support Children’s by attending one of the many fundraising events held throughout the year.
Members of our Hope and Will Leadership Program support the programs and services that are essential to caring for Georgia’s kids today, tomorrow and beyond.
Grateful Families Program
There are so many impactful ways to show your gratitude and pay it forward, helping ensure the next child who comes through our doors has the same opportunity to receive specialized care.
Our team is thrilled to help craft programming to fulfill your company’s giving goals in a way that will benefit Children’s patients and families.
At Children’s, gifts from individuals and foundations are critical to helping create a brighter future for our patients.
Legacy gifts may enable you to make a gift that provides current income and current or future tax advantages—all while providing future support for Georgia’s children and their families.
Through the 1998 Society, Children’s doctors pledge their ongoing support to help fund our efforts to advance pediatric medicine.
About the Foundation
The Children’s Foundation relies on volunteers in the hospitals and in the community. Each year, in-hospital volunteers donate more than 127,000 hours of their time, and community volunteer groups raise millions of dollars for Children’s through fundraisers.LEARN MORE
A hospital reimagined
When it comes to caring for kids, we’ve never settled for just good enough. We need your help—now more than ever—to give our patients the futures they deserve.JOIN US
Thank you for your unwavering commitment to our mission.
In this Annual Report on giving, you’ll see the incredible impact we’ve made and how your gifts are making a difference on the lives of kids and families who depend on us. This is a testament to your commitment to put Georgia’s children first.Read the Report
Stories of hope and innovation from patients at Children’s
Meet Mary: Back in the Marching Band After Surviving Two Brain Tumors
One month into her first year of high school, Mary was diagnosed with two brain tumors. Her parents turned to the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s for nationally-ranked care, and this unstoppable teen never missed a beat.
Meet Tanvi: Three-Year-Old is Thriving After Four Spinal Surgeries
Adopted at 21 months of age, Tanvi had never seen a doctor. After being diagnosed with a rare spinal disorder, her family turned to Children’s for specialized pediatric surgical care.
Meet Caleigh: Unstoppable After Open Heart Surgery at Two Years Old
When newborn Caleigh was diagnosed with an atrial septal defect requiring open heart surgery, her parents turned to Children’s Heart Center for nationally-ranked care.
Meet Nolan: Getting Back on the Baseball Field After Osteosarcoma
When 8-year-old baseball player Nolan was diagnosed with cancer in his femur, his family turned to Children’s for life-saving cancer care and pediatric sports physical therapy to help get him back in the game.
Aubrey’s story: Discovery of mass reveals rare liver cancer
When she was just 2 years old, Aubrey was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma. After undergoing surgery and six rounds of chemotherapy, Aubrey’s cancer is in remission.
Beckett’s story: Saved by critical care pediatric specialists
After going limp in his mother’s arms, Beckett was rushed to Children’s, where pediatric specialists stabilized him. Years later, the former micro-preemie is thriving.
Carston’s story: Child survives brain hemorrhage after birth
At 2 days old, Carston was diagnosed with hydrocephalus and spent 70 days at Children’s. Today, Carston is learning to walk and surpassing expectations.
John’s story: Robotics program helps boy with spina bifida thrive
Born with myelomeningocele spina bifida, John surpassed medical expectations and learned to walk with the help of the Children’s robotics program.
Piper’s story: Clinical trial at Marcus Autism Center improves her capabilities
After being diagnosed with autism at just 12 months old, Piper worked with the team at Marcus Autism Center to improve her communication skills and capabilities.
Making a difference in pediatric healthcare
Children’s appreciates the many generous donors who understand our vision and mission. Their involvement through financial contributions is vital to our patients, families and community, as we rely on that support to enhance the lives of children.See Our Supporters