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Helping Farmworkers and Their Families in Moultrie, GA

Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
59 Gifts
Project has ended
Project ended on July 01, at 11:59 PM EDT
Project Owners

Helping Farmworkers and Their Families in Moultrie, GA

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

Farmworker Family Health Program (FWFHP)

The Farmworker Family Health Program is an inter-professional collaboration of the Ellenton Rural Health Clinic, located in Ellenton, Georgia, six Georgia Universities: Emory University, Georgia State University, Brenau University, Clayton College and State University, Central Georgia Tech, and University of Georgia, and other partners. The program addresses urgent primary healthcare needs of migrant farmworkers and their families. It has served over 15,000 individuals in its 25-year history.

Farmworker Family Medical Exam

How Does Emory Help?  

Utilizing students and faculty in the health professions, preventative and episodic health care is delivered in a two-week period each summer in an intensive outreach setting that also serves as part of the students’ clinical training. Participants include Emory School of Nursing (which prepares graduate nurse practitioners and undergraduate nurses in rural health), physical therapy programs, dental hygiene programs, and pharmacy programs. These students, who obtain service learning clinical hours in rural health, gain invaluable clinical and cultural insights while delivering important community-based health services to an underserved group where they are most needed and where the population is most accessible: in the fields, camps, and school setting.

Emory Dental Students

Why your Support Matters  

The Farmworker Family Health Program brings critical health services directly to farmworkers and their families during the summer months, when the migrant population is at its peak in this part of Georgia. Each year, vitally needed clinical services are provided to over 600 individuals who would otherwise go without health care services.

Farmworkers are among the most poverty-stricken people in this country, yet they are responsible for the fruits and vegetables we serve on our tables. We provide hygiene kits, boots, gently used clothing, and other items for workers and their families. Your support can help raise funds to purchase these supplies. A gift of any amount will make a difference.

Medical Check

Choose a giving level


Boots for a Farmworker

Your gift of $25 can help provide a pair of boots for a farmworker.


Eight Hygiene Kits

Your gift of $100 can help provide eight hygiene kits for farmworkers.


Twenty Long Sleeve Shirts

Your gift of $200 can help provide used long sleeve cotton shirts to protect farmworkers from the sun.


A New Canopy

Your gift of $500 can provide a canopy for outdoor night camp clinics.



Your gift of $1,000 can provide over-the-counter medications such as anti-inflammatories, creams for fungus and pesticide rashes, and products for our foot care station at one of our night camp clinics.