2013 Emory Community Giving

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2013 Charitable Partners

Nine charitable partners participate in the 2013 campaign. Each partner is a nonprofit federation that raises funds for a group of its member agencies.  The federations receive and disburse employee gifts to their member agencies and annually certify them for Emory and other workplace campaigns.  Click on a charity's name to see its profile, including its member agencies and the workplace-giving programs in which they participate.


The 2013 charitable partners are:

American Heart Association Heart Walk

Help the American Heart Association fight Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke by making a contribution to the AHA Atlanta Heart Walk. Employees who make a donation to the Atlanta Heart Walk will have their gift count in the 2013 Emory Community Giving Campaign. The American Heart Association is an approved charity under the Emory Community Giving program.

Community Health Charities of Georgia
Unites caring donors in the workplace with the most trusted health charities in Georgia and the nation.

Earth Share of Georgia
Supports the work of 68 local, national, and international environmental groups addressing the critical issues of air and water quality, wildlife habitats, urban sprawl, and human health.

Foundation of Wesley Woods

Older adults from throughout Georgia and the Southeast come to Wesley Woods to receive cutting-edge geriatric healthcare and to enjoy the comfort and fellowship provided in each Wesley Woods' eight retirement communities.  The Foundation of Wesley Woods is the connection point between the generosity of supporters in the community, and the practical, life-changing work for which Wesley Woods is respected and renowned.

We give more than $1.2 million annually to pay for un reimbursed and charitable care and also provide significant funding for capital improvements to Wesley Woods' residential communities.  The Foundation of Wesley Woods is able to fund this important work through the support of the local community, and also because of the generous donations of Emory Healthcare employees.  If you would like additional information, contact us at 404-728-6204.

Georgia Black United Fund
A community fund that provides financial and technical resources for 44 human-services member agencies dedicated to enhancing the lives of members of underserved communities in the state of Georgia.

Georgia Shares
Represents 26 member agencies dedicated to social and economic justice for all Georgians through services to people living with AIDS, survivors of domestic violence and rape, and advancement of positive social change.

Global Impact

Global Impact supports leading U.S. based international charities to address critical needs throughout the world.  We help ensure sustainable solutions by meeting real needs with real results.

MedShare

MedShare bridges the gap between surplus and need to improve health care and the environment through the efficient recovery and redistribution of surplus medical supplies and equipment. Since its founding, MedShare has partnered with Emory University and Emory Healthcare to provide a wide variety of critically-needed medical supplies and equipment like gloves, gowns, syringes, incubators, and beds, among thousands of others, to hospitals in the developing world. The organization ships items that are hand-selected by recipient institutions in tractor-trailer size containers and also supplies medical mission teams sponsored by local religious groups, hospitals, and universities.

 

United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta
A network of 207 programs and initiatives - including school systems, small neighborhood associations, nonprofit agency programs, and nonprofit programs of hospitals, churches, and community partnerships - that together make metro Atlanta safer and stronger.


 

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