Our Mission

The mission of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation is to make kids better today and healthier tomorrow through the philanthropic support of individual donors, charitable foundations and corporations.

Every day, lifesaving work happens at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta—from pediatric cancer treatments and organ transplants to fracture care and appendectomies.

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 for Children’s through fundraising activities and events.

As a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high-quality pediatric care to the kids in our community, we depend on the generous support of donors to help uphold our mission and perform the work we do each day. We are grateful to all of our donors for their support.

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is a 501(c)(3) organization, gifts to which may be deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.

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Foundation Board of Trustees

The Children’s Foundation Board oversees awareness, engagement and fundraising for our organization. Trustees are comprised of highly respected and influential corporate and community leaders, personally dedicated to upholding the Children’s mission. Annual Trustee expectations include cultivating donors, attending and hosting donor events, and making a significant personal gift to Children’s.

  • Paul Bowers

    W. Paul Bowers, Chairman

    Chairman, President and CEO, Georgia Power

  • Mark Chancy

    Mark Chancy, Vice Chairman

    Vice Chairman and Co-Chief Operating Officer, SunTrust Bank

  • Amy Agami

    Amy Hertz Agami

    Chair, Emerging Leaders for Children’s

  • Chantal Bagwell

    Chantal Bagwell

    Community Volunteer

  • Doug Black

    Doug Black

    CEO, SiteOne Landscape Supply

  • Ginny Brewer

    Virginia Feltus Brewer

    Community Volunteer

  • Jimmy Carlos

    James A. Carlos

    Vice President, Republic National Distributing Company

  • Jack Cay

    Jack Cay IV

    President, Palmer & Cay

  • Steve Chaddick

    Steve Chaddick

    Managing Partner, Ridgewood Advisors LLC

  • Richard Courts

    Richard W. Courts IV

    Principal, Atlantic Realty Company

  • Jay Cunningham

    Jay Cunningham

    CEO, Superior Plumbing Services Inc.

  • Walt Ehmer

    Walt Ehmer

    President and CEO, Waffle House, Inc.

  • Kristine Faulkner

    Kristine Faulkner

    Vice President and General Manager, Home Security and Smart Home, Cox Communications

  • Nicholas Fletcher

    Nicholas D. Fletcher, M.D.

    Physician and Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, Emory University

  • Jim Fortenberry

    James D. Fortenberry, M.D.

    Pediatrician-in-Chief, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

  • Marie Foster

    Marie Brumley Foster

    Co-President, The Zeist Foundation

  • Ron Frieson

    Ron Frieson

    President, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation

  • Adam Fuller

    Adam T. Fuller

    Owner and Partner, Express Oil Change

  • Lige Gillis

    C. Elijah Gillis

    Senior Vice President, G2 Wealth Management, UBS

  • Donna Hyland

    Donna W. Hyland

    President and CEO, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

  • Mary Ellen Imlay

    Mary Ellen Imlay

    Chairman and President, The Imlay Foundation

  • Nick McKay

    Nicholas McKay

    McKay Investments

  • Ira Moreland

    Ira L. Moreland

    Managing Director, ICV Partners

  • William Pate

    William C. Pate

    President and CEO, Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau

  • Helen Price

    Helen Smith Price

    Vice President of Global Community Affairs and President of the Coca-Cola Foundation, The Coca-Cola Company

  • Asif Ramji

    Asif Ramji

    President and CEO, Paymetric

  • J. Anthony Rich

    J. Anthony Rich

    Community Volunteer

  • Lovette Russell

    Lovette Russell

    Chair, Hughes Spalding Community Board

  • Cameron Sherrill

    Cameron Sherrill

    Community Volunteer

  • John W. Stephenson Jr.

    John W. Stephenson Jr.

    Director, Strategic Partnerships and Special Projects, Chick-fil-A

  • Andrew Sullivan

    S. Andrew Sullivan

    Managing Partner and Senior Wealth Advisor, Sullivan & Schlieman Wealth Management

  • Marcia Taylor

    Marcia Taylor

    CEO, Bennett International Group

  • Tyler Woolson

    Tyler Woolson

    Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Georgia-Pacific