When you make a donation to Easterseals, you help strengthen our mission to ensure everyone - regardless of age or ability - is fully included and empowered.
Donate Online - When you give to Easterseals, almost $0.90 of every dollar is used to provide direct services for children and adults with disabilities.
Tributes and Memorials - Honor someone special while ensuring the continuance of vital programs and services that many people in our community need.
"Friends of Megan's House" Campaign - Sponsor a full month of service at Megan's House.
Workplace/Employee Giving - Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations -- sometimes matching 100, 200, even 300 percent of your contribution! If your employer offers a matching gift program, remember to follow your organizations matching gift process.
Planned Giving - Planned giving involves integrating a donor's charitable gift into his or her overall financial, tax, and estate planning objectives so as to maximize benefits to both the donor and Easter Seals. Contact Easterseals for more information.
If you prefer, you may also donate by mail or phone:
Easterseals Southern Georgia
1906 Palmyra Road
Albany, GA 31701
Feel Good About Giving to Easterseals
Easterseals primary services benefit over 1.3 million individuals each year through more than 550 centers nationwide, in Puerto Rico and Australia. For children and adults with disabilities and their families, every donation counts. Find out how your contribution makes a difference -- review our annual report and financial statements.
For 25 years, Easterseals has been first among National Health Council members for the percentage (94 percent) of program dollars allocated to providing direct services. For donors, Easterseals’ efficient use of their contributions also is an important factor when making the decision to support its innovative services and programs.
Easterseals also exceeds all of the Standards for Charity Accountability set by the BBB Wise Giving Alliance, which includes in-depth evaluations of the charity's governance, fund raising practices, solicitations and informational materials, as well as how it spends its money.