Since its inception in 2001, the 1998 Society has raised over $10 million for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The following programs and projects have received funding from the 1998 Society. The funding amount listed is the total of all programs for that particular year.

2008: $100,000
Child Protection Center After Hours program

2009: $100,000
CPC Telemedicine Program

2010: $100,000
Health Law Partnership (HeLP)

2011: $150,000
Diabetes Research
Palliative Care
Pediatric Research Building

2012: $150,000
Palliative Care
Librarian at Hughes Spalding

2013: $150,000
Marcus Autism Center Case Management Program
Health Law Partnership (HeLP)

2014: $150,000
Mental Health Education
Medical Simulation

2015: $175,000
Cribs for Kids
School Based Asthma Screening Initiative at Hughes Spalding
Child Protection Center Behavioral Health Fellowship
The Leila Denmark Physician Education Endowment

2016: $200,000
Nursing Research Fellowship
BME HealthReach Program
Medically Complex Care Program
Ambulatory Care Center (later renamed Center for Advanced Pediatrics)

2017: $196,000
Safety Resource Center
Vision Screening in Primary Care
Center for Advanced Pediatrics

2018: $200,000
Health Law Partnership (HeLP)
Telepsychiatry in Primary Care
Behavioral Health Services at Stephanie V. Blank Center
Safe Firearm Storage Promotion

2019: $159,800
NINJA (Nephrotoxic Injury Negated by Just-in-Time Action)
Schwartz Center Rounds for Staff Support
Infectious Disease Antibiotic Stewardship
Opioid Epidemic in Orthopaedics

2020: $241,850
Sustainable Trauma Procedure Curriculum (Emergency)
Enhancing Care for Brachial Plexus (Orthopedics)
Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizures (Neurology)
Primary Ciliary Dykinesia Center (Pulmonology)
Fight the Flu in the ED (Emergency)
Physician Trading Cards for Patients (Family Experience)
DSD Education (Urology)
Balint Groups for Pediatric Physician & Resident Wellness

2021: $379,266
Utilizing Compliance Monitors
Home-based Cardiac Rehabilitation
Advancing Behavioral & Mental Health Education in Primary Care
Gene Therapy Program
Health Equity Dashboard
Point-of-Care Ultrasound Education
Improvements in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
Rapid Local Anesthesia using STAR Particles
Diabetes Self Care
Decreasing Antibiotic Waste
MyChart Access in the Underserved

2022: $409,212
Lymphedema Center of Excellence
NICU Graduates Family Support
Continuous Airway Evaluation
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Nursing Program Scholarships
Focused Cardiac Ultrasound
Reducing Admissions for Epilepsy Patients