Every gift helps today… and tomorrow
Your tax-deductible gift to the BraveHeart program will be put directly to use into treatment for Veterans and their families. There are many ways to make a gift and every contribution, whatever the amount, is important.
Give in honor or in memory of a family member, caregiver or friend.
Make a secure online contribution here
Donate an outright gift by personal check. You may list the name of the person being honored, remembered or thanked. Please make your check payable to Emory University, indicate your gift is for the BraveHeart program and mail to:
Office of Gift Records
Suite 1400, 0970-001-8AA
1762 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322
Leverage matching gifts from your workplace.
Many companies match charitable gifts made by their employees, retirees and directors. Please consult your company’s human resources department to learn how your workplace matches charitable contributions to charitable programs, and how you might be able to increase the value of your individual donation in this way.
For more information about matching gifts, please visit matchinggifts.com/emory
Make an outright gift of securities, a planned gift or bequest, or establish an endowed fund.
To learn more about these gifts, please contact Emory’s Office of Gift Planning at 404-727-8875 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A gift of appreciated securities is a popular way to support the BraveHeart program, and this method of giving may provide you significant tax benefits.
Planned Giving Opportunities and Bequests.
Donors often choose to make a contribution in the form of gifts that provide them and/or their beneficiary income for life. These arrangements can also provide donors significant tax benefits.
These funds are carefully managed for growth, and will help the BraveHeart program in perpetuity. Endowed funds may also serve as distinguished tributes to loved ones by bearing their names. A minimum of $50,000 is required to establish an endowed fund.
Unrestricted support to the BraveHeart program will help to ensure that those Veterans who served their country receive the care they need for deployment- and combat-related stress – and that their families get the support they need. If you are interested in supporting the program, or any specific component such as clinical care, outreach and education, family support or health-care provider education, please contact Matt Boyle, senior director of development at 404-727-8253 or email@example.com.