The “Your Giving is Great Medicine” Capital Campaign seeks to build on the $1 million gift GHFA received from the GAFP to raise an additional $3 million to fulfill its mission to enhance the well-being of Georgians through outreach programs that promote healthy practices. Another goal of the campaign is to further the organizational capacity of the Alliance in order to increase the number of community health grants and Tar Wars presentations statewide. To date, the Alliance has raised a total of $1.8 towards the Capital Campaign.
Funds raised during the five-year capital campaign will allow GHFA to increase and expand the nationally recognized Community Health Grant program which has awarded more than $ 326,000 in grants to 72 GAFP members and their teams to support community health projects in all corners of Georgia since 2012. Grant awards are made to GAFP member affiliated charitable organizations that support GHFA program priorities including underserved populations.
With your donation you will join a select group of charitable and community involved people who have made personal pledges to help the Georgia Healthy Family Alliance, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, improve the health of Georgia families through funding for educational and outreach programs like the nationally recognized Community Health Grant Program and Tar Wars.
Heritage Circle: Planned Giving
Caduceus Society: $10,000- $24,999
Legacy Club: $1,000 – $9,999
Gainesville Tar Wars Strike Force: $1,000- $9,999
Rome Tar Wars Strike Force: $1,000-$9,999
Patrons: $500 – $999
Benefactors: $250 – $499
Medical Student/Resident: $50 – $249
The Georgia Healthy Family Alliance is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization, Federal ID# 58-6212478.
2019 Capital Campaign Leadership Cabinet
Dr. Loy “Chip” Cowart III, Statesboro- Chairman
Dr. Mike Busman, Americus
Dr. Evelyn Lewis & Clark, Newnan
Dr. Donald Fordham, Demorest
Dr. Patrick “P.J.” Lynn, Rome
Dr. Eddie Richardson, Eatonton
Dr. Mitzi Rubin, Atlanta
Dr. George Shannon, Columbus
Dr. Collyn Steele, McDonough
Dr. Harry Strothers, Macon Dr. Richard Wherry, Dahlonega