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Why Your Donations Are So Important

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home (Home) was established by the Hawthorne Dominicans  for the care of incurable cancer patients without discrimination as to race, creed or national origin. The Sisters of OLPH hope that their patients will feel welcome in an atmosphere of peace and warmth — where love, understanding and compassion prevail.  Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home accepts only patients with a diagnosis of incurable or terminal cancer who are unable to pay for adequate nursing care elsewhere.  

The Home is supported entirely by the generosity of a sympathetic public. No remuneration is accepted from the patients or their families.  The Our Lady of Perpetual help Home Auxiliary (OLPHA) sole purpose is to raise funds for the Home.  We deeply appreciate the generosity of donors who ensure we’re able to provide this care.

We couldn’t do it without you. Thanks for all you do to support our mission. 

 

 

Donation FAQs

 

The following are frequently asked questions about making donations to OLPH Auxiliary. For more information or assistance, please contact us.

 

How do I make a donation?

There are several ways to make a donation.  You may mail a check to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home Auxiliary, PO Box 420273, Atlanta, GA 30342. Please enclose a note letting us know who the donation is from, who it is in memory of, and the name and address of the family member you would like us to notify. We will send a notification letter to the family letting them know that you have remembered their loved one.


You may drop off the donation at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home at 760 Pollard Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30315,  located in Atlanta, Georgia right next to the home of the Atlanta Braves – Turner Field, should that be more convenient. Please be aware that there may be a processing delay of a few days for donations that are delivered to this location.

   
Does OLPHA tell the family the amount of my gift?

No, we do not disclose the amount of individual gifts.


Will I get a receipt?
Yes, the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home Auxiliary is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and all donations are tax-deductible.


May I make a donation in memory of someone who was not a patient at OLPH Home?
Yes, we receive gifts from friends and family all around the world. Please provide the deceased’s name, approximate death date and where they lived last so that we can apply your donation to the correct memorial. In addition, if you can provide the name and address of the family, we will send an acknowledgement to them notifying them of your gift.


I have been given several checks and cash for donations to OLPHA. What do I do with the money?
The checks can be forwarded to the OLPHA (see address above). If the checks are made out to you or any other entity, please endorse the checks and include a note stating that the money is a donation to OLPHA. We do not recommend mailing cash. It is suggested that you deposit the cash in your account and send us a check or exchange the cash for a money order. We do ask that you provide us with the name and address of the donor and cash amount so we can send a receipt for their gift.

May I send a donation on behalf of someone else?
Yes, please provide us with the name and address of the donor and we will send them a receipt.

How do I make a donation?

You can contact us via mail:  Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home Auxiliary  PO Box 420276, Atlanta GA 30342

or email  vicepresident@olphauxiliary.org

 

 



Our Prayer for the Home



Heavenly Father 

You know our needs 
before We even speak them
So it is with confidence
That we ask your blessing
Upon the sisters, nurses
Nurse assistants, and workers at  Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home.

Continue to stir the hearts 
Of dedicated men and women
To serve you at the Home
As nuns and nurses assistants
Help them and all the workers
To find joy and peace
In cheerfully and devotedly
Taking care of the Patients.

Grant them all
The grace and perseverence
To work with the sick and the dying.
We ask this in the name of
Your Son,
Our Lord,
Jesus Christ. 


Amen