In addition to our scholarship program, the Southern Loss Association supports charitable organizations within our community. Our volunteers work throughout the year to raise funds, which are donated at the events we sponsor or at the annual holiday season luncheon. If you would like to make an individual contribution directly to one of the organizations we have sponsored, you may use the links below.
The Lighthouse Lymphedema Network
The Lighthouse Lymphedema Network (LLN) provides assistance to those unable to afford compression garments and bandages locally, and with a worldwide reach; publishes quarterly newsletters; holds annual educational conferences for patients, caregivers, therapists and other medical personnel; and donate new and gently-used compression garments and bandages to therapists in third-world countries. They participate in various health and wellness fairs, lead a cheering station for the annual Georgia 2-Day Walk sponsored by It’s The Journey, and join in the annual Gloria Watts-Cox Foundation Walk/Run for Lymphedema. LLN has a wonderful team of volunteers who assist those in need by providing necessities to manage their condition, much of which is not covered by insurance. Please make a donation directly to their website at:
Georgia Baptist Children’s Homes and Family Ministries
Since 1872, Georgia Baptist Children’s Homes and Family Ministries has served as a beacon of hope and healing to thousands of children and families in Georgia. Their state-wide residential and specialized programs provide care to children who have experienced trauma through abuse, neglect and abandonment. Their goal is to provide individualized care to meet the specific needs of each child. To learn more or to make an on-line contribution visit:
Shriners Children’s Hospital
Our pediatric care teams are led by some of the most innovative doctors in the world. We provide advanced care and procedures for orthopaedic and neuromusculoskeletal conditions and injuries, burns, spinal cord injuries, cleft lip and palate, and other complex health care needs. Our compassionate, wraparound care envelops your child in a supportive and loving environment that helps them thrive. Click on the link below to make your donation:
Founded in 1865, the Salvation Army is dedicated to meeting human needs wherever, whenever, and however they can. They are best known to the insurance community as a fellow first responder, whether to an individual home or entire communities following a disaster, to offer support and help disaster survivors. Eighty two cents of every dollar donated to the Salvation Army goes to work in the community in which it was donated. Click on the link below to make your donation:
Southern Loss encourages you to support these organizations. The links are provided solely as a public service for your ease to make a direct donation. SLA does not track your donation, nor receive any portion of your donation.