Georgia Heart Tax Credit
Southeast Georgia Health System–Camden Campus is partnering with the
Georgia HEART Hospital Program to implement this exciting new rural hospital tax credit. Your contribution
will increase our hospital funding and our ability to provide for the
health care of individuals in our community! Because of the popularity
of the program - as well as limitations on the credits available - potential
donors should submit their application as soon as possible before the
state cap is met.
How do I sign up to contribute?
Complete and submit your 2020 HEART Tax Credit Form
online or by printing, completing and submitting the
- Georgia HEART will submit your tax credit pre-approval form on your behalf
to the GA DOR in the order in which it is received.
- Within 180 days of receiving DOR tax credit pre-approval, send a check
made payable to Southeast Georgia Health System, Inc. to Georgia HEART
for deposit to the hospital’s account.
- Georgia HEART will send you instructions on how to file your contribution
confirmation with DOR.
- You will claim the credit when you file your 2020 tax return.
For information about the rural hospital organization expense tax credit,
please visit the
Georgia HEART website or contact Georgia HEART staff at
firstname.lastname@example.org. To contribute today, click on one of the below form types:
Healthy Partners Articles
You Can Give Your Community a Crucial Gift
Healthy Partners, Summer 2020
Of all the ways you can give back to the community, none may be easier,
or ultimately more impactful, than participating in the Georgia HEART
rural hospital tax credit program. The Georgia HEART program is a wonderful
opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of your friends,
neighbors and loved ones. It lets you support local health care with your
tax dollars instead of paying tax dollars to Georgia.
You Make a Difference
Healthy Partners, Fall 2019
Everyone in our community benefits from having access to great health care,
especially when a serious illness strikes. Unfortunately, many of Georgia’s
rural hospitals have faced financial challenges, preventing them from
remaining open. Since 2010, seven rural hospitals in Georgia have closed,
making health care access a challenge for some families. However, if you
pay Georgia income taxes, you can help dramatically improve the outlook
for local health care.