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We invite you to help us continue to Wage Peace, Fight Disease, and Build Hope. Your charitable gift, when combined with the generosity of others, can make a difference in the lives of millions around the world. Click here to learn more about how your support can help. Here are several ways to make a donation:
   Donate Online
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   Donate By Calling Toll-Free
Call (800) 550-3560, ext. 109 during business hours for information or to make a donation with a major credit card (Visa, MasterCard, AmEx, Discover).
   Donate by Mail
Please print, complete, and return our short donation form. You may also make a donation in honor of or in memory of a relative, friend, or colleague by completing the honor/memorial section of the donation form.
Other Ways to Support Our Work
There are many other ways to make a donation to The Carter Center, including: corporate matching gifts, monthly/automatic giving programs, gifts of stock, charitable gift annuities, charitable trusts, wills and bequests, gifts of real estate, gifts in honor and memory of friends. Find out about these and other special donors programs, including:

  The Ambassadors Circle
President and Mrs. Carter founded the Ambassadors Circle in 1997 to honor supporters who make annual unrestricted gifts of $1,000 or more. Members provide crucial resources to the Carter Center's most pressing needs and receive special updates, invitations and recognition for their support.
  The Legacy Circle
Persons who make planned gifts, charitable annuities, charitable trusts, will provisions, and other deferred gifts to The Carter Center are eligible to join the Legacy Circle. Members advance the long-term goals of The Carter Center while enjoying the financial and tax benefits that flow from sound investment and estate planning.
  The Campaign to Endow The Carter Center
Supporters of The Carter Center feel passionately that the Center must be able to meet new opportunities as they arise in the future. To ensure its long-term ability to wage peace, fight disease, and build hope, the Center recently concluded a successful campaign to raise $150 million in new endowment monies. The need for permanent funds, however, is ongoing and additional commitments to endowment are encouraged. Please consider a contribution to The Carter Center endowment, strengthening the Center's ability to serve later generations with life-affirming and life-saving initiatives. Learn more about The Carter Center endowment.
  Frequently Asked Questions
Where does Carter Center support come from? Please see the answer to this and many other frequently asked questions.
  The Carter Center is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization (Tax ID: 58-1454716) and will provide a receipt allowing you to claim a tax deduction as allowed by law.

The Carter Center
One Copenhill
453 Freedom Parkway
Atlanta, Ga. 30307
Phone: 404-420-5100
E-mail address:

Click here for directions to the Center

The Carter Center, in partnership with Emory University, is committed to advancing human rights and alleviating unnecessary human suffering. Founded in 1982 by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, the Atlanta-based Center has helped to improve the quality of life for people in more than 65 countries.

Led by the Carters and an independent board of trustees, the Center's staff wage peace, fight disease, and build hope by both engaging with those at the highest levels of government and working side by side with poor and often forgotten people.

In this way, the Center has strengthened democracies in Asia, Latin America, and Africa; helped farmers double or triple grain production in 15 African countries; mediated or worked to prevent civil and international conflicts; intervened to prevent unnecessary diseases in Latin America and Africa, including the near eradication of Guinea worm disease; and strived to diminish the stigma against mental illness. A not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization, the Center's work is supported by donations from individuals, foundations, corporations, and countries.


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