Is your joy mixed with drywall mud? Can you find deep satisfaction from teaching geography to a kid? Could one of the hardest days of your life also be one of the best?

Almost without fail, the face of volunteering wears an ear-to-ear smile … and the face of volunteering is everywhere at Jackson Healthcare. From the beginning, Jackson Healthcare has welcomed associates to participate in a multitude of volunteer opportunities that benefit people with disadvantages. You can help build a house, spend a week in a Honduran medical clinic, work with service dogs in training, or serve another charity that you admire. Jackson provides encouragement in the form of matching financial donations, or a cash donation for each hour of your service.*

It’s not because we want accolades as a company. It’s simply because there’s nothing like the bone-deep fulfillment that comes from making a difference in the life of someone who needs help. It makes their life better, and it makes our hearts grow just a bit bigger and sweeter. And it makes our world – which can some days be way too dark – a little bit brighter.

Hundreds of Jackson Healthcare associates volunteer on a regular basis. Ask around, and you’ll hear some amazing stories. Then take the next step. Check out this list of some of the charities that your colleagues have served. There’s a contact listed with each group. Wouldn’t it feel good to discover what your joy is mixed with?

*For more information on corporate donations, see matching financial donations.

Charities we serve

MedShare – Decatur, GA
www.medshare.org | 770-323-5858 | donate@medshare.org
MedShare serves communities in need in 97 countries by sourcing and delivering surplus medical supplies and equipment. They also provide biomedical equipment training and service to healthcare organizations and medical professionals serving populations in need.

Habitat for Humanity
www.habitat.org | see website for local contact
Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in nearly 1,400 communities across the U. S. and in 70 countries. Habitat builds and repairs houses to fulfill their goal of a decent and affordable home for everyone. Chapters exist across the U.S.

Atlanta chapter of Habitat for Humanity
www.atlantahabitat.org | 404-223-5180

The Drake House – Roswell, GA
www.thedrakehouse.org | 770-587-4712 | mSzegedi@thedrakehouse.org
Drake House provides short-term crisis housing, education and empowerment programs for homeless single mothers and their children in North Metro Atlanta. The program is designed to provide stability for the children and assist the family in working toward self-sufficiency.

Children’s Hospital of Atlanta at Hughes Spalding – Atlanta, GA
www.choa.org | 404-785-KIDS | choagiving@choa.org (donations)
CHOA at Hughes Spalding is a pediatric hospital focused on providing healthcare in downtown Atlanta. They are equipped for emergencies and offer primary and specialty care, including sickle cell and asthma programs.

EnAble of – Roswell, GA
www.enablega.org | 770-664-4347 | info@enablega.org
EnAble of Georgia is a community-based program that provides a nurturing home and quality support services for adults with developmental disabilities. Training can include work and life skills, community inclusion, and services for group homes.

Pets for Vets – Atlanta, GA
www.petsforvets.com
www.petsforvets.com/ga | 404-872-8838 | Atlanta chapter of Pets for Vets
The Pets for Vets program is dedicated to supporting veterans and providing a second chance for shelter pets by rescuing, training and pairing them with America’s veterans who could benefit from a companion animal.

Windsor House Assisted Living – Canton, GA
www.windsorhouseassistedliving.com | 678-880-9856 | info@windsorhouseassistedliving.com
Windsor House Assisted Living promotes physical, social and spiritual well-being for those requiring assistance with daily living or needing memory care or respite care. The homelike environment emphasizes a quality lifestyle that promotes dignified living, independence and lasting friendships.

MUST Ministries – Marietta, GA
www.mustministries.org | 770-427-9862 | volunteer@mustministries.org
MUST Ministries serves those in need in Cobb and Cherokee counties with compassion and love, without judgment of the beliefs, background or circumstances of those who serve or are being served. Services include providing food, housing, employment services, clothing, and summer programs for kids.

Foster Care Support Foundation – Roswell, GA
www.fostercares.org | 770-641-9591 | info@fostercares.og
FCSF serves a vital and growing need throughout Georgia by providing free clothing, infant equipment and developmental toys to thousands of children in foster and relative care.

Sunshine on a Ranney Day – Roswell, GA
www.sunshineonaranneyday.com | 770-990-2434 | info@soardcharity.org
Sunshine on a Ranney Day creates dream room & home makeovers for children with long-term illnesses, with the belief that that every child needs their own special place to feel safe, comfortable and relaxed – a place where they can play and allow their imaginations to be free. Makeovers can include wheelchair-accessible bathrooms, ramps, and in-home treatment rooms.

Atlanta Children’s Shelter – Atlanta, GA
www.acsatl.org | 404-892-3713 | sholiday@acsatl.org
Atlanta Children’s Shelter provides free, quality day care, emotional support, an educational curriculum for homeless children, and focused social services for their families. Dedicated to helping families overcome the issues that contribute to homelessness, including domestic violence and job loss, the Atlanta Children’s Shelter focuses on the long term self sufficiency of the family.

North Fulton Community Charities – Roswell, GA
www.nfcchelp.org | 770-640-0399 | info@nfcchelp.org
North Fulton Community Charities exists to build self-sufficiency and prevent homelessness and hunger in the North Fulton County community by providing emergency assistance and enrichment programs.

Veterans Administration Medical Center – Decatur, GA
www.atlanta.va.gov | 404-321-6111
Atlanta Veterans Administration Medical Center provides health care for veterans of the U.S. military. This includes 130,000 enrolled veterans across 50 counties in northeast Georgia.

Easter Seals – Atlanta, GA
www.easterseals.com/northgeorgia | 404-943-1070
Easter Seals helps individuals with disabilities and special needs live better lives. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Seals helps people with disabilities address life’s challenges and achieve personal goals.

Open Hand – Atlanta, GA
www.projectopenhand.org | 404-872-8089
Project Open Hand is a nonprofit organization that provides meals with love to homebound or disabled people or those who are too ill to cook. Services include emergency nutrition, senior meals, dependent children meals, and meals to accommodate nutrition-related illnesses.