2021 Service Projects
We strive to improve the lives of companion animals by rehoming abused, abandoned, and neglected pets while fighting for their well-being through vigorous legislative efforts, humane education, and by offering affordable veterinary care for all.
The Alzheimer’s Association leads the way to end Alzheimer’s and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.
The mission of Augusta Animal Services is to enforce state laws and local ordinances pertaining to the care and control of animals, protection of life and property, and to raise public awareness of responsible pet ownership. Additionally, Augusta Animal Services strives to provide humane solutions for stray and homeless pets within the community through its return to owner, adoption, rescue, and foster efforts.
The Augusta Dream Center exists to serve low income, homeless, and under-served individuals and families living in the CSRA. Our programs are designed to provide immediately relief in the areas of poverty including hunger relief, shelter needs, clothing needs, healthcare resources, counseling, and more. It is our hope that by building relationships, providing community, and showing love and kindness to all that we are able to remove barriers and help people reach their full potential.
The Augusta Training Shop, Inc. believes that all persons with disabilities, whether those with mental retardation and/or developmental disabilities, are PEOPLE FIRST, and that the disability is secondary to their individual humanness. We believe that they are entitled to the same rights and privileges afforded to any other citizen.
Through the valuable reuse of donated items and seasonal programs, Augusta Urban Ministries (AUM), improves lives by providing long-term solutions and resources to families in need by way of the Furniture Bank, Bike Program, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), and Christmas assistance.
We anticipate every unique need of our patients and families and partner with them to ensure an exceptional experience- every person, every encounter, every time.
Our team of Child Life Specialists help children through every aspect of care at CHOG. We help your child understand their care but also provide a sense of normalcy while they at eat CHOG- either short or longer term. Through one-on-one interaction we explain clinical care or procedures, so patients understand why something needs to be done. Our staff is specially trained to help patients through any medical care-from getting an IV placed or preparing for surgical procedure.
Located in Augusta, Georgia, Comfort House provides low cost, short term lodging and supportive companionship in a home-like environment for families and caregivers of out-of-town patients receiving care at Augusta area hospitals. There are no restrictions on the basis of race, sex, religion or national origin.
The mission of FOTAS is to support the Aiken County Animal Shelter by promoting animal welfare, responsible pet ownership, and the elimination of euthanasia of all adoptable animals.
Located conveniently in Augusta’s downtown medical community, Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home provides continuous professional nursing care to veterans of Georgia who have served in the armed forces during war times.
The Georgia Cancer Center at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is dedicated to reducing the burden of cancer in Georgia and across the globe through superior care, innovation, and education. Through unprecedented expansion, the Georgia Cancer Center is providing access to more first-in-the-nation clinical trials, world-renowned experts and life-saving options.
Feeding Live Together. We believe that everyone in our community should have enough nutritious food to live a happy, healthy life. We strive to increase access to healthy food and foster long-term stability for neighbors in need with the help of our donors, partners and volunteers.
Helping Hands is committed to enriching the quality of life and well-being of children, youth and families in need through a continuum of residential and community-based services in order to improve their health, independent living skills, educational outcomes, and/or resilience.
Heritage Academy is an independent school offering a quality Christ-centered education to children of diverse economic, racial and ethnic backgrounds, empowering them to become a positive influence for Christ in this community and around the world.
Hope House strives to instill self-sufficiency in individuals and families through comprehensive treatment to end the cycle of substance misuse, untreated mental illness, and poverty. Our organization strives to empower individuals through prevention education, clinical treatment, and recovery supports to create sustainable change. Hope House’s ultimate goal is to help our individuals and families become self-sufficient as contributing members of society.
We are a non-profit, inclusive, member-run children’s museum featuring interactive educational exhibits and occasional programming. Our exhibit space includes Sensorimotor Corner, the Fixer Upper, Science Corner, the Pre-Literacy Room, and the Art Studio. We focus on providing quality educational exhibits for children ages 0 to 6 and parents.
The Mission of Jenkins-White Elementary School is to instill self-worth, value and potential in each student so that they will make positive decisions that will lead them to a successful career path
The Jud C. Hickey Center for Alzheimer’s Care’s mission is to provide life-changing programs with a dignified approach focused on living with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia through our innovative day program, community education and support, and empowering people to improve brain health as they age.
The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History preserves the legacy of educator Lucy Craft Laney through art, history and the preservation of her home.
The mission of The Lydia Project is to provide cancer patients support for their financial and emotional needs, including lodging and transportation services, in order to facilitate their treatment and healing.
Savannah Riverkeeper serves as the primary guardian of the Savannah River striving to respect, protect, and improve the entire river basin through education, advocacy, and action. We are a 501c(3) non-profit organization funded by individuals and foundations that share our commitment to creating a clean and healthy river that sustains life and is cherished by its people.