Women's Giving Circle
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta Women’s Giving Circle (WGC) is a passionate group of females who have resources and the desire to open doors and realize the mutual benefits of promoting Great Futures. Women’s Giving Circle connects Atlanta women from different circles (executives, entrepreneurs, government, academia, community leaders) with BGCMA youth to together engage, educate and inspire positive change. This is an opportunity for women of all ages to empower each other and open doors to Great Futures!
Join Today! - Circle members gifts support female Club members. Choose from 3 different membership levels and schedule your payment plan online! Need more information? Contact Stephanie Williams, Annual Giving Manager.
Engage, Educate, Inspire:
Engage: Women’s Giving Circle has a variety of individual and group volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
Power of Words- April 23
Powered by our Club's creative writing program, the Power of Words is sure to ignite your passion around what BGCMA is doing for the kids we serve and the arts. Nubia, former 2013-2014 Youth of the Year is coming to read a poem about women's empowerment. RSVP here.
Girls Night Out- Date TBD
Held again at Preserving Place, please join us on a wonderful summer evening to connect and learn about what Women's Giving Circle is doing for the young girls served at our Clubs.
- Support these ongoing volunteer driven programs with an in-kind contribution.
AbFab-AbFab is a volunteer led Character and leadership program with an emphasis on girls.
• Large flip chart for brainstorming/notes
• Notebooks (need 20)
• Visa Gift cards to cover transportation costs of fieldtrip
S.T.A.R.S- S.T.A.R.S is a volunteer led mentoring program at Warren/Holyfield Boys & Girls Club (Grant Park area) created to generate interest in (and prepare students for), college and career opportunities beyond high school.
• USB’s for Resume Development & Storage (need 15)
- Click for Other opportunities that are available.
How Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta Is Impacting Young Girls
BGCMA reaches an average of 1,380 girls ages 6-18 every day in 28 Clubs across the region, many of whom come from single-parent, economically disadvantaged homes. The Women's Giving Circle has been created to help fund programs designed specifically for these girls. The programs focus on academics, self-confidence, leadership skills, and healthy lifestyles - things these young women need to be successful in life.
Donations from Women's Giving Circle members will be used to support existing programs like SMART Girls, Girl Power Summit and Youth of the Year, as well as to develop new programs that address the evolving needs of young women in our community.
For more information about the Women's Giving Circle, please contact Stephanie Williams, Annual Giving Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.527.7569.