For companies interested in forging a relationship with Children’s, we offer a variety of different opportunities. Financial support helps us give the best possible care to our patients and their families. In addition, it increases our partners’ visibility among clients and customers. Our corporate fundraising team is available to customize a plan that aligns with your companies philanthropic priorities.
Contact Sharon Robinson for more information on creating a partnership.
We're thankful for all of our corporate supporters. They’re all unique, but they’ve all made a life-changing difference
Get your company involved this holiday season
Host King of Pops at Your Office: November and December
Consider hosting a King of Pops popsicle stand in your office lobby during the months of November and December and 20 percent of all pops purchased (individually or through catering) will go back to support Marcus Autism Center.
Sponsor a Matching Hour at the Making Miracles Radiothon: December 12
Tune in to Q99.7 and Kicks 101.5 to hear patients and their families share their stories of hope and healing. Have your company host a matching hour and double the donations made during a certain hour with recognition to your company to be provided throughout the hour.
Sponsor a Patient to Visit the North Pole: December 14
The Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center partners with Delta Airlines to create a magical holiday experience for kids battling cancer. Patients at the Aflac Cancer Center are invited on a make-believe flight to the North Pole. Consider sponsoring one of the child’s trips this December.
See a full list of holiday opportunities for your company
Contact Corporate Programs for more information about holiday opportunities.
Atlanta Gas Light reached $350,000 this year in support of Children's since 2016. Atlanta Gas Light hosts an annual charity golf outing where they spend time with their business partners while raising money to support Children's patients who are undergoing surgery.
PetSmart has awarded Children's Canines For Kids program their first grant. Canines For Kids is our Facility Dog program that helps to reduce stress and bring joy to our patients through 16 specially trained canines that work in several departments across Children's.
AT&T recently contributed $30,000 to the Children's Behavioral Health Project ECHO, which will help families in Atlanta's west side communities and rural Georgia by addressing key behavioral health issues and connecting residents to enhanced wellness opportunities. AT&T employees have also been investing in Children's for many years through payroll deduction.
Chick-fil-A Atlanta operators have come together to support the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center through their annual Cookies for a Cause promotion, where proceeds from the sales of 6-count cookies benefit our oncology and hematology program. Since 2017, Chick-fil-A has contributed $400,000.