Women in Healthcare

Promoting Women’s Mental Health & Wellbeing Project

In partnership with Kaiser Permanente, AWF is launching the Promoting Women’s Mental Health & Wellbeing Project, which will provide grants to nonprofit organizations that address the mental health issues of women impacted by poverty. AWF’s Breaking the Cycle of Generational Poverty in Metro Atlanta research report revealed that mental health is one of the most overlooked areas for women in generational poverty. As the only funder in Georgia dedicated exclusively to women and girls, it is AWF’s role to support nonprofit organizations providing these critical services.

Each year the need of organizations serving women and girls exceeds the funds AWF has to grant.  Join us in expanding mental health services for women impacted by poverty.  All dollars raised will be used to support cross-functional partnerships and strategic alliances among providers of mental health services and counseling programs for women.

Please help us reach our goal of $20,000 by June 7th to expand AWF’s impact and invest more into the community. We appreciate any gift that is meaningful to you. For donors that choose to support at the $250 level or higher, you will be invited to join us on June 14 from 3pm-5pm at the wareHOUSE  – a 20,000 sq. ft. space that houses the private art collection of Sue and John Wieland.  To make your gift today, please click here.



Women in Law

Women in Law Reception

Featuring Guest Speaker

Hala Moddelmog
President and CEO of Metro Atlanta Chamber

Hala Moddlemog headshot

Wednesday, June 24, 2015
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

The Commerce Club
One Ninety One Peachtree Tower
49th Floor
191 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

Host Committee
Host Committee Members $500.
Judges, government lawyers, and in-house counsel contribution $250
All Host Committee Members receive two tickets to the event.
Click Here to Join the Host Committee

Individual Tickets $100
12 Tickets for $1,000
Click Here to Purchase Tickets

For information on joining the Host Committee, contact Kari Love at or (404) 577-5000 x 110.