Donations

                                       
Your Gift is Tax Deductible.

Do you believe in the work of The Council?  If so, The Council's planned giving program is a way for you to leave a lasting impression on the work we do for our community. The planned giving program involves integrating a donor's charitable gift into his or her overall financial, tax and estate planning objectives so as to maximize the benefits to both the donor and The Council.

Making a donation by way of will, charitable remainder trust, charitable lead trust, retirement plan assets or life insurance provides a legacy to sustain The Council's programs and services for years to come.  We highly recommend that donors consult with their own tax or legal advisors prior to making a planned gift.

If you would like to speak with someone on our staff about planned giving or making a donation, please contact: Chuck Wade (404) 223-2277.

If you wish to make a gift in memory of someone, The Council will send a card to the recipient acknowledging your thoughtful donation. If you wish, you may add a personalized message to the card. You will also receive a card to confirm that your donation has been received and that a gift card has been sent.

If you wish to make a donation to The Council on Alcohol and Drugs, simply fill out the online form with the following: your name, address, and credit card information. 

Donations
What You Can Do: Push the Power of Intervention

Your gift to The Council's Donation takes direct aim at substance abuse in Atlanta and Georgia on behalf of every neighborhood, every school, every family.

By promoting prevention education and treatment, your support enhances our most effective weapons against the destructive influence of drugs and alcohol.

Every addict is worth recovering.

Every child is worth protecting.

Every gift helps us turn these hopes into realities.

Thank you in advance for your contribution to the fight against substance abuse.

For those already ensnared, help us guide them to treatment that cuts the chains.