Emergency Medical Service responders are often times the first medical professionals Georgians see when confronted by an emergency or a disaster situation. It is critically important that the responder has had the best training possible while having access to the most up-to date equipment available…so that your family member, your friend, someone at your workplace, or you are able to receive the excellent emergency care needed.
That’s why the Georgia Emergency Services Preparedness Foundation is asking for your help…to make Georgia EMS the best in the nation. Please consider donating to one of three very worthwhile programs: EMS Community Projects…The HERO Project…In Memory.
In addition to these worthwhile programs, the Georgia EMS Preparedness Foundation also has a number of ways in which you can allocate your donated funds. Please contact us if you wish to include our Foundation in your estate planning or wish to bequeath a gift.
As a 501 (c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization, 100% of your donations are tax deductible…and 100% of all funds collected will go towards the program you choose.
The Georgia EMS Preparedness Foundation has identified specific, worthwhile projects which need your help in funding so Georgians can be made safer and lives can be saved.
Needed Pediatric Equipment to Save Children’s Lives
Our Foundation's first Community Project is of importance to children. This project will provide specific live saving pediatric equipment to Georgia Emergency Medical Service Agencies.
To give a helping hand to the emergency responder, no matter what the assistance might be...to help the responder overcome an immediate crises or long-term obstacle.
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When tragedy strikes and an Emergency Medical Services responder loses his or her life, the Georgia EMS Preparedness Foundation will honor their dedicated service in a respectful manner specified by their family members. Please donate to this most worthy of causes to honor those who have tirelessly helped others.
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EMS Chad Leggett
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