Numbers Too Big To Ignore Luncheon

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Join the 2020 Numbers Too Big To Ignore Fundraising Campaign

Numbers Campaign Virtual Celebration

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

5:30-6:30 pm

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Featured Speaker

The Honorable Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms

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Special Appearance

Dr. Condoleezza Rice

While we are unable to gather with 1,800 of our closest friends this fall at the annual Numbers Too Big to Ignore Luncheon, and raise funds for our programs and operations as we normally do, the need still exists and is growing. Women can’t wait for next year.

Funds raised through the Numbers Too Big To Ignore Campaign will provide relief for our Women’s Pathway to Success Program due to the impact of COVID-19 as well as additional grantee and mission-related needs. Give $250 (or $21 a month) or more and you are eligible to receive Campaign Celebration tickets as well as additional benefits.

To learn more about AWF and the importance of this campaign to support women and girls in our community, click here.

For any questions, please email us at Numbers2Big@atlantawomen.org.

More Ways to Support the Numbers Campaign

Art Auction

Artwork

We are offering a beautiful painting for auction again this year. Inspired by the work of The Atlanta Women’s Foundation, “Sunrise” is an original creation for this year’s Numbers Campaign by Atlanta artist Kristin Cochell.

Kristin Cochell is an American Actress and artist. She is a self-taught artist and specializes in the abstract realm of painting. She moved to Atlanta from Texas 3 years ago and has tried to make a difference with her art in the community ever since.

All are welcome to bid on the painting. For bidding instructions, click here.

To register and place a bid, click on the button below. Bidding is open until 12:00 pm on Wednesday, October 28.

Host a Fundraiser

Post a Video

Launch your own fundraising campaign to benefit AWF!

We’ve made it easy to fundraise using the Just Giving platform – simply sign up and invite your friends, family, colleagues, and network to support you in your efforts to make a difference in the lives of women and girls in Atlanta.

Help AWF spread the word about our Numbers Too Big To Ignore Fundraising Campaign! Create a short video to post on social media sharing why you support AWF . Use the hashtag #IAmAWF and be sure to tag AWF.

For more detailed instruction, sample messages, and tips for filming with an iPhone/smartphone, click on the button below.

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Latvia Ray-Alston

Numbers Campaign Co-Chair

Chief Commercial & Technology Transfer Officer

Center for Cancer Research & Therapeutic Development (CCRTD), Clark Atlanta University

Bentina-Terry

Bentina Chisolm Terry

Numbers Campaign Co-Chair

SVP, Metro Atlanta and Corporate Relations

Georgia Power

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Sujatha Reddy, M.D.

Numbers Campaign Host Chair

WXIA Medical Correspondent &

Premier Care for Women

Campaign Giving Levels

2020 Numbers Campaign Donors

LEADING

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BENEFITTING

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SUPPORTING

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TRANSFORMATION CIRCLE

Delia Cochran

Etta Raye Hirsch

Susan Puett

Becky Schmitt

Bentina Chisolm Terry

Krystal Zell

PATRON

Ilene Engel

Roberta (Bobbie) Golden, PhD

MEDIA & MARKETING PARTNERS

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PARTNERING

Kristin R. Adams
Dr. Juliet Asher and Mr. Michael Golden
BNY Mellon Wealth Management

Caroline E. Moise
Lucy Carpenter Vance
Wells Fargo

CAMPAIGN

Delta Community Credit Union
Jennifer Hightower

Leapley Construction Group
Louise S. Sams

 

HOST

Aon Risk Services
Atlantic Capital Bank
Fiona Bell
NCR Foundation
Elizabeth Noe

Sujatha Reddy M.D.
Anne Joyner Sheehan
Polly Simpson
Lisa Cannon Taylor

CATALYST

Sophia Jones

As of 9/15/20

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About Numbers Too Big To Ignore

Numbers Too Big To Ignore is AWF’s annual fundraising luncheon to support programs for women and girls. Now in its 24th year, the event attracts 1,800 people who are interested in creating a healthier community by lifting up women and girls. For sponsorship information, email Numbers2Big@atlantawomen.org.