$518,922
Raised so far

The Peach Bowl will match every dollar raised by fans through pledges and donations throughout the entire football season. Help us reach our goal of $500,000 and have your donation doubled.

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Thank you for participating in the 2019 Peachbowl Touchdowns for Children's campaign! The 2019 regular college football season has now come to a close. Per touchdown pledges will be charged beginning on December 16, 2019.

Peach Bowl Touchdowns for Children’s (T4C) is a wonderful opportunity to support the patients cared for at the Aflac Cancer Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, while also cheering on your favorite college football team. As a fan, you have the chance to help kids treated at Children’s by pledging as little as $1 for every touchdown scored by your favorite team during the 12-game season. The company or organization that raises the most money, along with the college team whose fans raise the most, will be named on the 2019 Anna Charles Hollis T4C Trophy.

How to get involved

To participate, simply choose your favorite college football team in whose name you wish to contribute. From there, you can set your pledge-per-touchdown amount or make a one-time donation to Children’s. You may also choose to create a specific team fundraising page, where friends and family can contribute directly to your page. Or, you can create a group fundraising page, where employees or friends can support Children’s via their favorite college football team.

Leaderboard
GT

$124,568

50 Contributors
UGA

$68,482

135 Contributors
UVA

$17,872

24 Contributors
CU

$15,565

25 Contributors
GS

$15,031

9 Contributors
AU

$14,666

29 Contributors
VT

$9,527

4 Contributors
UA

$9,406

63 Contributors
MSU

$8,049

12 Contributors
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