There are three ways to donate to the Hope Clinic. We appreciate all donations, whether they are monetary, in-kind, or time spent volunteering at our facility. All donations received will be applied to providing patients with high-quality medical care.
The Hope Clinic is a 501(c) (3) public charity, and all contributions are 100 percent tax deductible. While contributions to the Invest in Hope Campaign will aid in the construction of a new medical facility, all other charitable donations will be used for patient care.
Individual donors, grant funding and other monetary contributions deliver the financial stability the Hope Clinic needs to fulfill its mission to provide affordable medical care to the uninsured and indigent in the community. Right now, approximately 40 percent of all charitable donations received are from Dr. Martin's established patients who followed him to the Hope Clinic from his private practice in 2002 – a great testament to their belief in Dr. Martin's work. Of course, our goal is to dramatically increase our donor base by taking our message to more of our community's citizens and businesses.
There are several ways to give monetarily to the Hope Clinic:
One-Time Support and Pledge Programs
Gifts to the Hope Clinic are welcomed at any time. Those wishing to support the Clinic on a regular basis may make a pledge. To give your gift, Click here.
While these are our most prominent monthly operational needs, please call the Hope Clinic for clarification of any immediate needs.
All donations are tax-deductible and will be used for patient care. Be sure to note our federal tax ID and Georgia Charitable Organization Registration Number for your records.
To give your gift, Click here.
Invest in Hope Campaign
The Hope Clinic Board of Directors has launched the Invest in Hope Campaign, a fundraising endeavor with a goal of raising $4 million from foundations, corporations, small businesses and individuals who care about the health of the underprivileged in our county and the impact this situation has on all residents. Click here to learn more about the Invest in Hope Campaign and how you can make a donation.
The Hope Clinic regularly accepts applications from community volunteers and medical professionals who are willing to donate time and service. All volunteers must fill out necessary paperwork at the Hope Clinic, including patient privacy disclosures.
Volunteers with medical degrees and credentials (MD, MPH, RN, BSN, LPN, MA) should contact Volunteer Coordinator Emily Boegli at the Hope Clinic on Monday or Thursday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. for information about volunteer orientation and scheduling.
The Hope Clinic is currently in need of volunteers to aid with the day-to-day functions of the clinic. Current volunteer opportunities are as follows:
Volunteers with medical credentials, including MD, MPH, RN, BSN, LPN, MA, should contact the Hope Clinic Volunteer Coordinator Emily Boegli on Monday or Thursday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at (770) 685-1300.
Non-medical volunteers should contact the Hope Clinic Manager of Operations Jessica Geller from Monday through Thursday, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at (404) 399-7735.
The Hope Clinic accepts in-kind donations of office supplies that will assist our day-to-day operations. Contact the Hope Clinic Manager of Operations Jessica Geller on Monday through Thursday, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. to coordinate donation drop offs. All donations are 100 percent tax deductible. Be sure to note our Federal tax ID 45-0478716 and Georgia Charitable Organization Registration Number CH-07871 for your records.
Items we always need: