What is Georgia Gives Day?
Thursday November 17, 2016 is the 5th annual “Georgia Gives Day,” a statewide collaboration organized by the Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN). This day of giving is really about us all – it’s about everyone pulling together to support the organizations and causes right in our own backyards and across the state that have been a part of our lives since day one.
We at Georgia Cancer Support reach out to you, our Friends, Donors, and Volunteers, to “Click to Give” Thursday November 17th, so we can do a lot
for Georgia Cancer Support patients, who we all care about. Whether you have $5 or $25 to give, it all adds up to greater impact on helping our cancer patients throughout Georgia. Your donation will help with our mission of providing resources and support in all areas, while we focus on the individual needs of each patient. We minister to and provide service through networking, researching, education, and community service. Our volunteers, educators, and outreach partners work tirelessly to make a difference in each patient’s life.
Whether it’s the esophageal cancer patient whose food stamp benefits were cut, leaving him with no way to eat; whether its divorced cancer patient with children, desperate to feed and clothe her family;
whether it’s you, newly diagnosed with cancer, full of questions, fear, and not knowing where to turn: Georgia Cancer Support can help.
How Can I Help Georgia Cancer Support for Georgia Gives Day?
It’s simple! Choose an amount of $5, $10, $25, $50 or enter another amount, as little as $1 or as much as you want! Georgia Cancer Support is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, so your donations are tax deductible*. Give any amount you are able, knowing that your contribution is vitally important to the cancer patients and families we help.
Thank you for your help and donations ~Georgia Cancer Support*
For more info, visit our site: www.georgiacancersupport.com
*Georgia Cancer Support is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) foundation. All donations are tax deductible. 100% of funds raised go directly to cancer patients for food, medicines, clothing, and any other support they may need.