Elks Aidmore

"Building programs is our business. Rebuilding lives is our passion."

How You Can Help

An important part of the life of the Elks Aidmore Center is participation and support by the public. Below are several ways you can get involved and help make a difference.

  • Make a Donaion

    You can show your support for Elks Aidmore by making a one-time online donation.

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  • Elks Aidmore Endowment

    Created in 1995, the Georgia Elks Aidmore Endowment was established to provide funds to operate and maintain Elks Aidmore Children’s Center, one of the finest child caring facilities in the southeastern United States. You can be a part of Elks Aidmore Children’s Center, the State Major Project of the Georgia Elks Association by becoming a member of the endowment.

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  • Memorial Program

    In 1955, a trust fund was created to establish a permanent depository for memorial gifts, bequests, and specified contributions. Currently indentified as the “Irrevocable Trust”, only the interest from this trust can be used for operating expenses. As originally designed, the principal of the funds deposited into this trust may never be withdrawn.

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  • Memorial Brick Plaza

    The Memorial Brick Plaza serves as a perpetual remembrance of loved ones, both past and present. Plaza bricks may be purchased to honor someone, in the memory of someone, or simply as a patron of the Aidmore program. Bricks may also be purchased to celebrate events such as anniversaries, weddings, graduations, births, and other important days.

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  • Eight for Aidmore

    Elks Aidmore is initiating a new program… “Eight for Aidmore”. With a recurring monthly $8 charge to your credit card, or a monthly $8 draft from your checking account, you can be an Angel for Aidmore and help us to continue serving children and their families, as we have done for over 70 years.

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  • Living Memorials

    Planting a tree in honor or memory of a loved one began with the dedication of the first tree and marker in honor of Teresia Wilkinson. Since then, two trees have been planted in honor of Jim Gibbs and Abe Wilkinson.

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