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$9M~

Funded for
Health and Medical

The Peyton Anderson Foundation is dedicated to strengthening the health system of Central Georgia, including infrastructure, needs-based services, research, education and improving health access. The Foundation supports newer and more advanced healthcare for the benefit of Macon-Bibb County. Just as Mr. Anderson believed in keeping his money re-invested in the local economy, the Peyton Anderson Foundation desires quality healthcare access so Central Georgians will not have to seek care elsewhere. The Foundation is committed to the overall well-being of our community. Some of the premier health institutions in Central Georgia bear our founder’s name, for example, The Peyton Anderson Cancer Center and the Peyton Anderson Regional Health Education Center.

We have made significant investments in Navicent Health’s critical care units, pediatric intensive care units and the Albert Luce, Jr. Heart Institute, which provides the most comprehensive and advanced techniques for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease in the region.  The Foundation also values organizations such as the Macon Volunteer Clinic which aids those that are uninsured.

Prorities

  • Capital projects better serving patients in Central Georgia
  • Macon-Bibb health organizations that improve health access and outcomes
  • Health programs whose purposes have measurable and lasting results on Macon-Bibb
  • Lifesaving services for the community

What We Don’t Fund

  • Endowments
  • Event Sponsorships
  • General Operations
  • Individual Medical Research Projects
  • Statewide initiatives

Previous Beneficiaries

  • Agape Village
  • ALS Association of Georgia
  • Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Disorder Association
  • American Cancer Society Georgia Council for the Hearing Impaired
  • American Red Cross of Central Georgia
  • Auditory Verbal Center of Atlanta
  • Central City AIDS Network
  • Central Georgia Foundation for Speech and Hearing
  • The Children’s Hospital Golden Rule
  • Fragile Kids Foundation Hospice of Central Georgia
  • Georgia Behavioral Health Services
  • Georgia Health Decisions
  • Georgia Meth Project
  • Georgia Partners Education Foundation
  • The Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition
  • Jay’s HOPE Foundation
  • Macon Bibb County Board of Health
  • Macon Volunteer Clinic
  • Multiple Sclerosis Society
  • Navicent Health Foundation
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Georgia