Georgia Spa Gives Back

Georgia Spa Gives Back

The Georgia Spa Gives Back program is a charitable giving initiative launched in June 2018 focused on giving back to different organizations around the state of Georgia. Through the program, Georgia Spa selects a charity or cause to sponsor and will donate a portion of our proceeds from a given month or quarter to that organization.

“We have been very blessed in our business, and the Gives Back program allows us to help others throughout the year,” said Mark Stevens, owner of Georgia Spa Company.

The Georgia Spa Gives Backs program is proud to support these charitable organizations:


Hot Tub for a Hero – Fourth Quarter of 2021

Georgia Spa Company will award a hot tub to a very deserving military veteran through the Georgia Spa Gives Back Program in 2021. Nominations will be accepted until October 31, 2021.

In 2019, Georgia Spa awarded its first Hot Tub for a Hero to Command Sergeant Major Joshua Coble.

Hot Tub for a Hero


Ministry Village Gala – Third Quarter of 2021

The Georgia Spa Company Gives Back Program is excited to announce that it will be sponsoring The Ministry Village Gala on Saturday, October 23. A portion of Georgia Spa’s proceeds from the month of September will contribute to sponsoring the event.

The mission of The Ministry Village is to expose those in Barrow county and surrounding areas to the hope and love of Jesus Christ by meeting their “felt” needs including, but not limited to, food, counseling, and foster family resources. Counseling services include but not limited to individual counseling, couples counseling, family counseling, and group counseling.

Gives Back Ministry Village

The Ministry Village Gala on October 23 will support the organization’s mission. The event will start at 6 p.m. at Bethlehem Church and will feature Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker as its keynote speaker and include a silent auction. Tickets to attend are $100 each and dress is business casual. Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.


Newnan Tornado Relief – Second Quarter of 2021

Georgia Spa Company opened its sixth showroom in Newnan, Georgia, on April 1, and while excited to expand to the south side of Atlanta, we were saddened by the devastation of inclement weather in late March that produced damaging tornadoes to the Newnan community. To help support those affected, the Georgia Spa Gives Back program will donate a portion of all purchases in the month of April – from all Georgia Spa Company locations – to aid in Newnan Tornado Relief.


Peace Place, Inc. – First Quarter of 2021

In March of 2021, Georgia Spa Company held its annual company-wide meeting and awards presentations, and during the gathering all employees participated in constructing blankets to donate to Peace Place, Inc. In addition to the newly crafted blankets, the donation also included puzzles, which were used as a team-building activity during the meeting, and a monetary donation from a portion of Georgia Spa’s proceeds during the first quarter of 2021.

Georgia Spa Gives Back


Hot Tub for a Frontline Worker – Third Quarter of 2020

For the third quarter of 2020, the Gives Back program continued its Hot Tub for a Hero series with Hot Tub for a Frontline Worker, and awarded a pink Freeflow Spas hot tub to a very deserving frontline worker, Tori Mendelsohn.

Hot Tub for a Frontline Worker
Georgia Spa Company owner Mark Stevens (left) and general manager Josh Kemerling (right) with the Georgia Spa Back Hot Tub for a Frontline Worker recipient Tori Mendelsohn, her husband Adam and children Juliet (9) and Maverick (4).

New Path 1010 – Second Quarter of 2020

Gives Back New Path 1010 Check Presentation
Georgia Spa Company General Manager Josh Kemerling (left), Retail Manager Adam Eubanks and Director of Processes and Procedures Mike Brown (right) present a check to Candy Greene and New Path 1010. With a portion of April and May contributing, the Gives Back program raised $8,628.77 for New Path.

New Path 1010, exists to equip and empower multiple generations of people in the Barrow County community through programs and services designed to bring about holistic change. Amid COVID-19 pandemic, New Path has shifted its focus of its student food bag program to help feed families in need.

Beginning in April and continuing into the summer, New Path hosted a 10,000 lb. food distribution for Barrow County residents. The distribution was open to the public and followed income guidelines as required by the USDA and Northeast Georgia Food Bank (although proof of income is not required). Because foods received from the food bank vary, New Path supplemented the food distribution with their own supply.


Georgia Firefigthers Burn Foundation – First Quarter of 2020

Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation

The Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation’s mission is to partner with the fire service and burn care community to provide fire safety and prevention education, support medical facilities and assist burn survivors in their recovery.

Their mission is achieved through multiple programs and services including “Give Burns the Boot,” Project R.E.A.C.H., Summer Camp Oo-U-La, Cheney Fallen Firefighters Memorial Grant Program, scholarships and endowments, prevention partnerships, firefighter support and recognition, and much more!

Hot Tub for a Hero – Second & Third Quarters 2019

For the second & third quarters of 2019, Georgia Spa launched Hot Tub for a Hero to recognize a very deserving military veteran. In early September, Command Sergeant Major Joshua Coble of the United States Army was named the Hot Tub for a Hero recipient of a Hot Spring Spas Aria with a FreshWater Salt System!

Hot Tub for a Hero - Joshua Coble
CSM Joshua Coble (right) was named the Hot Tub for a Hero recipient of a Hot Spring Spas Aria. Coble is pictured here with his wife, SSG Corey Coble (left) and two children, Jordyn (10) and Judah (8).

NG3 – First Quarter 2019

Georgia Spa Gives Back NG3
Georgia Spa Company Owner Mark Stevens (left) presents a check to Trey Hildebrant, NG3 Archer School Director and 12 Stone Church Paster, and Matt Williams, NG3 President. With a portion of first quarter hot tub, swim spa and sauna sales contributing, the Gives Back program raised $5,175 for NG3.

Golden Harvest Food Bank, Must Ministries, Food Bank of Northeast Georgia – November 2018

Golden Harvest Check Presentation
Golden Harvest Food Bank development officer Melissa Brown and grant coordinator Nathan Krupa (center) receive a check from the Georgia Spa Gives Back Program represented by general manager Josh Kemerling and sauna manager Adam Eubanks (left) along with owner Mark Stevens and retail manager Kristene Young (right).

Must Ministries Gives Back
Georgia Spa Company marketing assistant Brad Davis (right) presents a check to Must Ministries.

Gives Back Food Bank of Northeast Georgia
Georgia Spa Company marketing assistant Brad Davis (left) presents a check to Mark Bailey, Grants Manager or the Food Back of Northeast Georgia.

Erin’s Hope for Friends – September 2018

Georgia Spa Gives Back Erin's Hope for Friends
Georgia Spa Company Owner Mark Stevens (left), Retail Manager Kristene Young, and General Manager Josh Kemerling (right) presents a check to Stacy Horst, Co-Founder and President of Erin’s Hope for Friends. With a portion of all hot tub, swim spa and sauna sales contributing, the Gives Back program raised $7,150 for Erin’s Hope for Friends in September 2018.

Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation – June 2018

Georgia Spa Gives Back GFBF
Georgia Spa Company General Manager Josh Kemerling (right) presents a check to GFBF Executive Director Dennis Gardin. With a portion of all hot tub, swim spa and sauna sales contributing, the Gives Back program raised $8,000 for the GFBF in June 2018.

If you would like to nominate a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to be considered as a recipient of the Georgia Spa Gives Back program, please email [email protected].

To see additional charitable giving from Georgia Spa and the Gives Back program, please visit our Sponsorships & Awareness page.