Written by Emily-May Richards Thursday, July 22 2010
'I feel enriched from being exposed through my board membership to so many diverse people and issues. Service on a board exposed me to things beyond my daily work as a CFO as well as teaching me about the issues and barriers that face many of the women and girls in our community.'
Written by Jan Jaben-Eilon Wednesday, May 05 2010
"Women’s funds provide funding for women’s and girls’ leadership and problem solving on the ground locally, regionally, nationally, and globally. Women’s funds collectively invest more than $65 million per year in women and girls, with more than $500 million in working assets."
Written by Kayrita M. Anderson and Barbara J. Mosacchio Wednesday, February 24 2010
The census reports that more than 200,000 women live below the poverty level in the five-county Atlanta area – that’s Turner Field filled up four times. Imagine that. More than 2,500 children wake up in Atlanta every morning without a place to call home.
Written by Jennifer Remling Saturday, February 20 2010
Recently, I realized that I take so many of my freedoms as a woman for granted. I never worried about being trafficked to another country and sold into prostitution or my parents selling me into marriage. But 600 million girls around the world don’t have the same opportunities I enjoyed.
Written by Mary Welch Monday, December 14 2009
Dec. 31 is the last day to make a charitable donation and have it deducted on your 2009 taxes. Call it the gift that keeps on giving: You get the donation, and the nonprofit gets funds. In fact, the last quarter of the year is the time when a large percentage of nonprofit revenues is received.