Ways to Give
Our Giving Program
Your generous donation is making a difference for families with inherited bleeding disorders. They have so much to overcome and your compassion helps them meet many of life's challenges.
Because of you, children have a chance for a normal life and have hope for a cure in their lifetime. Your contribution allows Hemophilia of Georgia to provide valuable programs, like Camp Wannaklot, to fund critical research projects to improve treatments, and one-day to find a cure.
How to Give Monetarily
Make an immediate impact in the lives of the children and adults diagnosed with hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders. All donors will receive an e-newsletter showing how your gifts are providing hope to those in need and a year-end tax receipt.
Make your tax-deductible donation today securely online by clicking here.
Donate by Mail:
To donate by mail, download and complete this printable donation form and mail it to:
Hemophilia of Georgia
8800 Roswell Road, Suite 170
Atlanta, GA 30350
Donate by Phone:
Please call 770-518-8272.
For more information or any of our giving programs, please contact Sarah Weikert, srweikert@HoG.org, 770-518-8272.
For less than a cup of coffee or $2.00 a day ($60 a month) can make a big impact. Join Hemophilia of Georgia and commit to monthly giving which helps provide support and create hope for those impacted by this rare and life-threatening disorder.
Social Giving Circle
Gather a group of friends and family members and challenge each other to commit to making a monthly donation. This helps our organization by increasing the number of people supporting our organization and helps educate more people about hemophilia.
Many employers will match your gift to Hemophilia of Georgia as part of their corporate policy. Does yours? Ask your company if they participate or are willing to start. It's easy to double your impact.
Do you love to shop on Amazon.com? If you shop on Smile.Amazon.com, Amazon will donate to your favorite nonprofit. Simply designate Hemophilia of Georgia as your nonprofit and Amazon will do the rest.
It’s easy to register and when you go to Amazon.com, it will automatically remind you to shop at smile.amazon.com to have your purchases benefit your chosen nonprofit. Follow this link: AmazonSmile to register today
Community Health Charities
Hemophilia of Georgia is a proud charity partner of Community Health Charities. They are a nonprofit that raises awareness and resources for health and wellness by connecting the most trusted health charities, like Hemophilia of Georgia, across the United States, with more than 17 million caring donors. This is accomplished through workplace-giving campaigns, causes, wellness programs, employee engagement, and strategic partnerships.
Hemophilia of Georgia is represented by Community Health Charities in local and national workplace-giving campaigns. This includes the Combined Federal Campaign (our CFC giving code is 96106); public campaigns hosted by state and county governments, and private campaigns hosted by companies of all sizes.
Honorariums and Memorial Gifts
Make a donation to celebrate a loved one’s special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary or wedding, or to recognize a friend or relative living with hemophilia. Many families are asking for donations in lieu of flowers or other gifts.
We want to recognize your thoughtfulness and honor that individual. When an Honor or Memorial gift is received, Hemophilia of Georgia will send a personalized tribute/honorarium letter to the person or family your designate notifying them of your thoughtful donation without disclosing the amount of the gift.
Help further support our efforts by making a significant donation which will provide support to various programs like Camp Wannaklot, initiatives that fund critical research projects to improve treatments and one-day to find a cure, or help fund our scholarship program. Or you may elect for your generous donation to be used where there is the greatest need.
Donations may be made as a single donation or spread over multiple payments. The collective impact of your gift ensures we are able to provide the necessary funding to children and adults suffering from this rare disorder. Because you care, people will have a chance for a normal life and hope for a cure in their lifetime.
In 1973, Hemophilia of Georgia opened its doors and began providing factor and health services. It was through the dedication, time and talents of several Georgia families who came together to help others overcome the challenges of living with a bleeding disorder that we are able to continue to support their dreams. Through planned giving, you can continue their legacy and honor people who invest in the health and well-being of people afflicted with inherited bleeding disorders through a deferred gift to Hemophilia of Georgia.
Start your planned giving today! When you designate a gift to Hemophilia of Georgia in your long-term estate or financial plans, you will help us carry out our mission for many years to come. You can name a particular dollar amount or percentage of your estate to Hemophilia of Georgia. This type of donation in your will or living trust helps ensure that the great work we are doing at Hemophilia of Georgia will continue for years to come.
Here's How You Can Help. Gifts Through Your Will.
Remembering Hemophilia of Georgia in your will can help reduce estate taxes and ensure lifesaving work you care about will always continue.
Gifts Outside Your Will
Help support our mission by making a gift that avoids probate. Simply name Hemophilia of Georgia as beneficiary on appreciated securities, retirement plans or insurance policies.
Talk with your financial advisor or attorney to make those arrangements.
If you would like to make such a gift, your attorney may use the following language:
I, [Name], of [City, STATE, ZIP], give, devise and bequeath to Hemophilia of Georgia, Inc. [written amount or percentage of the estate or description of property] for its unrestricted use and purpose.
You can name Hemophilia of Georgia, Inc. as a primary, partial, or secondary beneficiary to your retirement plan, insurance policy, or investment accounts.
If you so generously choose to make this gift, you will need the following information:
Hemophilia of Georgia, Inc.
8800 Roswell Road, Suite 170
Atlanta, GA 30350-1844
Federal tax ID number:
For more information, please contact Sarah Weikert, srweikert@HoG.org, 770-518-8272.