Giving Back

As a leading expert in cancer treatment, Dr. Stegall has the privilege of interacting with a wide variety of people. Many of these people are suffering, not only from physical ailments, but from a wide variety of non-health-related challenges as well. The ability to care for patients on a very personal level is something that Dr. Stegall takes very seriously. The bond that can (and should) form between patient and doctor is sacred, and one that drives him to a higher level of patient care and accountability.

Dr. Stegall feels strongly that he has a responsibility, as a physician and a Christian, to give back. He not only wants to leave a legacy of hope and healing to his patients, but also to the world around him. As a result, he proudly supports the following nonprofit organizations. By partnering with Dr. Stegall, you too are supporting these organizations which devotedly serve those locally and nationally.


Atlanta Mission is a Christian nonprofit organization which invests in the spiritual, personal, and professional development of people, with the goal of restoring and equipping them to intentional living.

Their various programs include shelters for men, women, and children, addiction recovery, spiritual recovery, vocational training, and transitional housing.


Out of Darkness is a Christian anti-trafficking ministry which aims to reach, rescue, and restore victims of commercial sex exploitation. Human trafficking is the second-largest criminal enterprise in the world, trailing only the drug trade.

It is also the fastest-growing. Thanks to organizations like Out of Darkness, sex trafficking is being addressed in a meaningful way.


The Best Answer for Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit foundation whose mission is to improve the quality of life and treatment of cancer patients with a holistic, patient-centered approach using targeted therapies.

The foundation supports patient care, advocacy, and clinical studies involving integrative cancer treatment.


Angel Flight is a nonprofit organization which was organized by volunteer pilots to remove transportation as an obstacle to medical care. The team of volunteer pilots fly several thousand missions each year so that patients can receive much needed treatments.

These missions include routine treatment flights, compassionate care, and other medical-related flights as referred to them by healthcare providers.