We are Creating an Awareness of the
Needs of Women and Children in the CSRA.
The Women in Philanthropy of the CSRA award grants to fund programs and projects that have the potential for high impact, resulting in significant positive change in the lives of women and/or children.
Membership Grantee Tour
Project Refresh The Masters Table
702 Fenwick St.
Date: Saturday, May 13, 2023
Time: 9:30 a.m.
Jane Ellis at email@example.com
Limit: 6 people
New Members Social
Date: June 22nd 5-7pm
Host: Beth Evans
823 Milledge Rd.
Augusta, GA 30904
Fall Forum (Brief Open BOD meeting)
Date: October 5th 4:30-6 pm
Church of the Good Shepard
2230 Walton Way
Augusta GA 30904
Prospective Member Event
Date: January 25th 5-7pm
Host: Laura Adamski
4363 Deerwood Lane West
Evans, GA 30809
Annual Membership Meeting
Date: March 22nd 11:30-2pm
Augusta Country Club
655 Milledge Rd
Augusta GA 30904
About the Women in Philanthropy for the CSRA
Women in Philanthropy is a charitable organization of over 200 women in the Central Savannah River Area of Georgia and South Carolina who are committed to a philanthropic effort focused on the unique needs of women and children within the local communities.
Each year, grants are awarded to non-profit programs and projects that have the potential for high impact, resulting in significant positive change in the lives of women and children in Aiken, Burke, Columbia, Edgefield, McDuffie or Richmond Counties.
As members of WIP, we all recognize that there are tremendous needs in our communities. However, through our work, we have been collectively struck by the enormity of those needs. Of the many requests received in the 2022-23 cycle, Women in Philanthropy awarded $140,000 to seven area non-profit organizations.
While we strive to continue this increase annually, the more women who realize the significant work of WIP, the greater our impact will be.
If you’re not already a member, please consider joining us in our effort to better the lives of women, families, and our communities throughout the CSRA. You can also learn more about past grant recipients here.