Growing Company. Prosperous Community.

City of Hope, Atlanta is located in Newnan—just 30 minutes south of Atlanta. Newnan is a charming, historic community that offers moderate weather and diverse activities. Residents enjoy numerous parks and trails throughout the city, as well as an eclectic array of shops, including arts and crafts from local artisans. Whatever your interests, Newnan is an attractive place to live, work and play.

Learn more by visiting the Newnan - Coweta Chamber of Commerce or the City of Newnan.

Commuting from Atlanta

We have several stakeholders who commute from Atlanta daily. On average, the drive time is 30 minutes to an hour, which is a typical commute within city limits.

Volunteer at City of Hope®

At City of Hope, our focus is the patient comes first. Our volunteers extend this effort by directly helping our patients and caregivers. In addition to spending time with new patients, our volunteers lead games, activities and other crafts to turn waiting time into a positive, beneficial experience full of hope and inspiration.

City of Hope, Atlanta has specific program requirements;. Those who meet these requirements and become volunteers will gain an array of benefits such as discounts for the gift shop, natural supplements and meals while onsite.

The City of Hope team will assist you in finding the volunteer position that best matches your skills, interests and availability. For more information on becoming a volunteer at City of Hope in Atlanta, please contact the Volunteer Resources Office at 770-400-6302.

Sandy Hyatt
600 Celebrate Life Parkway
Newnan, GA 30265

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How We Support Our Community

City of Hope in Atlanta partners with and supports local and regional nonprofits as well as several local and national cancer organizations, including:

  • Boy Scouts of America®
  • Girl Scouts of America®
  • Boys & Girls Clubs®
  • Child advocacy groups
  • Civic and fraternal organizations
  • Faith-based charities
  • Local and national business organizations
  • Samaritan Clinic
  • Coweta Meals on Wheels

Cancer Organizations:

  • The Gateway for Cancer ResearchSM
  • Stand Up 2 Cancer
  • Susan G. Komen for the Cure®
  • American Cancer Society®
  • The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society®
  • Pancreatic Cancer Action Network®
  • Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance
  • Ovarian Cancer Research Fund/OCRF Ovarian Cycle
  • National Lung Association
  • Assistance in Healthcare
  • Local breast cancer coalitions

Cancer Treatment Centers of America also created The Mary Brown Stephenson Memorial Program, which allocates funds to provide uncompensated treatment to indigent community members fighting cancer. In addition, we host an annual event called Celebrate Life® to honor the journey, courage and lives of five-year cancer survivors and their families.