Make your donation today.
Your tax deductable receipt will be sent to you by mail. You will receive electronic
confirmation of this transaction as well at the email address
you provide on Check Out. Help us achive the stated goals
on our Mission Statement
for our Cherokee people and to assist in keeping this web site on-line.
CONTRIBUTIONS are desperately needed
In addition to cash contributions, the
Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee, as a 501c3 tax exempt entity,
is eligible to accept donations of all kinds to assist us in
completing the task of building a Cherokee Indian Museum of
Georgia and the establishment of a Council House/Ceremonial
grounds where dances and traditions of the Cherokee can be performed once again in our native land
and enjoyed by all.
We want this museum to be a state of the art audio and visual presentation with holograms
and so much more to provide an extensive learning experience for all visitors.
Our tribe is fully audited by a licensed CPA firm and all funds received are monitored
to insure that they go towards our published mission goals. Don't you want to be a part of
renewing Georgia's rich Cherokee heritage? Only with the interested help of
concerned Georgians and other friends of the Cherokee Nation
around the world can we fully attain our goals for the Cherokee
people of Georgia.
Donations can also take the form of real property, boats,
cars, collections of all types, anything of value. You
may put your own price on the donated items and we will send
you a receipt for the full amount so that you can deduct it
from your income taxes. Keep in mind we desperately need LAND.
Old houses, store front buildings, etc. especially in North Georgia are ideal.
Help us keep Georgia Indian artifacts in Georgia
We are especially interested in
collecting as many Native American artifacts from private collections
in Georgia and the Southeast as possible to be exhibited in
the Cherokee Indian Museum of Georgia. Again, you put the value
of the donation on the gift and we will give you a full receipt
to be deducted from your income taxes.
even wish to remember the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee
in your estate planning. Museum items (artifacts) may be donated
in memory or name of a loved one and will be exhibited with
The Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee thanks you!