In 2014, Georgia State University (GSU) formed a new service-learning opportunity, the Student Leadership Consortium (SLC), to benefit Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. The SLC debuted as a volunteer leadership program to provide GSU students with professional development experience in addition to networking and philanthropic experiences by creating programs to support some of our community’s most vulnerable children—the patients receiving care at Hughes Spalding hospital.
The goal of the SLC is to mobilize the GSU community to benefit Hughes Spalding. This opportunity is suited to allow students to make an impact in the lives of others as they emerge as philanthropic leaders with real-world fundraising experience.
The inaugural SLC inaugural consists of 12 GSU graduate and undergraduate students with 60+ general members. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information about how to get involved with the SLC.
The SLC Mission
To support Children's Healthcare of Atlanta in their mission of making kids better today and healthier tomorrow through community engagement, student philanthropy and professional development.
The SLC Vision
To empower Georgia State University students by fostering a philanthropic mindset through opportunities that provide support and resources benefiting Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Ways to Help
Children’s is a not-for-profit organization that relies on philanthropic and volunteer support. Your financial and/ or in-kind gift to the SLC, no matter the size, makes a difference in the life of a child.
To make a financial contribution to SLC, we invite you to make a one-time gift or give through the SLC's Click for Kids fundraising page.
If you are interested in donating your time, supplies or facilities to support SLC, please contact Elesha Mavrommatis.