Each dollar contributed ensures that we are able to continue enriching the lives of the transplant community we serve.
Georgia Transplant Foundation works hard to keep administrative costs down — more than 94 cents of every dollar donated to our organization goes directly to support client services.
Your generous support, in addition to the funding we receive from The Carlos and Marguerite Mason Trust, makes a positive impact in the lives of thousands of Georgians living with an organ transplant through the financial, educational and emotional assistance they need. Thanks to your contribution:
- More than 2,000 pediatric and adult transplant patients receive vital services and support each year.
- Financial Assistance Programs help cover the cost of transplant-related expenses
- Transplant candidates and recipients are able to successfully maintain their transplant.
Putting Your Dollars to Work
In recognition of the Georgia Transplant Foundation’s commitment to accountability and transparency, we have received the highest rating and accreditation from the non-profit watchdog organizations designed to help contributors make well-informed giving decisions: Charity Navigator and GuideStar.
GTF's Donor Report, A Lasting Imprint, provides a year-in-review of our accomplishments and financials, and a list of our contributors. Please click on the report below to download a PDF of the Lasting Imprint.
- 2018 Donor Report
- 2015 Donor Report
- 2014 Donor Report
- 2013 Donor Report
As a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, each year the Georgia Transplant Foundation files Form 990 with the Internal Revenue Service.
Each year, the Georgia Transplant Foundation undergoes a rigorous audit conducted by independent, external auditors whose purpose is to review all of the Foundation’s income and expenditures. These reports of their findings with our consolidated financial statements can be downloaded below:
GTF supports my transplant patients in ways beyond what hospitals are able to do. GTF services assist patients in obtaining essential medications and maintaining a successful transplant. For this reason, I continue to support GTF and the programs they provide.