Giving Societies

When you donate annually through a giving society, your support makes a difference in the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Your gift supports essential programs and services that improve the care we give to children and their families. With your ongoing help, we manage more than 900,000 patient visits annually, serving people from all 159 counties in Georgia.

Every donation—no matter the amount—supports breakthrough cures and lifesaving treatments that our patients rely on each year.

Make an annual gift

For questions, contact Jaime Brown or call 404-785-7328.

Compassion Society ($1,000 to $2,499)

Members of the Compassion Society can enjoy the following benefits with their generous donation:

  • An invitation to join Hope’s Circle or Will’s Club, the leadership giving societies for women and men, respectively
  • A subscription to Small Wonders magazine and recognition on the annual giving wall at Children’s

Inspiration Society ($2,500 to $4,999)

Inspiration Society members can enjoy the following benefits with their generous donation:

  • All Compassion Society benefits
  • An invitation to Morning Rounds, a special behind-the-scenes tour of Children’s

Dream Society ($5,000 to $9,999)

Members of the Dream Society can enjoy the following benefits with their generous donation:

  • All Inspiration Society benefits
  • An invitation to the annual Children’s Dream Society reception

Children's Circle of Care ($10,000 or greater)

This giving level is open to individuals, couples, family foundations or privately held companies. Benefits for Children's Circle of Care members include:

  • An invitation to the annual Children’s Circle of Care reception.
  • Invitations to educational programs such as What’s Up, Doc?, a breakfast with top clinical leaders at Children’s.
  • Volunteer opportunities at the Fun Factory, a hands-on arts and crafts experience with Children’s patients.
  • Recognition at the exclusive Circle of Care level online, in publications, and on donor walls.

For questions about Circle of Care, contact Jaime Brown or call 404-785-7328.

Hope's Circle and Will's Club

Hope's Circle and Will's Club are our giving societies for female and male donors, respectively. Donors who invest in Children's with a gift of $1,000 or more may join one of these societies, and couples who give $2,000 or more may each join. Your contribution also qualifies you to enjoy special opportunities to engage with Children’s.

See Hope's Circle and Will's Club Events

Join Hope's Circle

Join Will's Club

For questions about Hope’s Circle and Will’s Club, contact Jaime Brown or call 404-785-7328.

1998 Society (for physicians)

The Children's 1998 Society is a physicians' philanthropic organization named for the year Egleston Children's Health Care System and Scottish Rite Children's Medical Center merged to form Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.

In that same spirit of unity, doctors at Children's who join the Children's 1998 Society pledge their financial support to our not-for-profit organization. Since its inception in 2001, the 1998 Society has raised more than $7.9 million for our patients and families.  

Giving levels

Please consider supporting Children's at any of the following levels:

  • Children’s Circle of Care Member (individual gift of $10,000 or more)
  • Sustaining Member (individual gift of $1,998 to $9,999)
  • Associate Member (individual gift of $1,000 to $1,997)
  • Supporting Member (individual gift of $500 to $999)
  • Participant Member (a gift of $499 or less)—Gifts made at the Participant level are greatly needed and appreciated; however, benefits are not given at this level.

Learn more about the 1998 Society

Make a nomination for the 1998 Society Physician Awards

If you are a Children’s employed physician, you can make your one-time or recurring donation through a payroll deduction or via credit card.

Join Children’s 1998 Society through payroll deduction

Join Children’s 1998 Society via credit card

Learn about The Big Deal

Submit a 1998 Society grant proposal

For questions about the 1998 Society, contact Cindy Wesley or call 404-785-7371.