GWAG Turns 10 – Celebrating a Decade of Community and CharityMay 19, 2017
Ghanaian Women’s Association of Georgia Hosts Successful Second Annual Fundraising Dinner in Support of Maternity Care in GhanaJuly 21, 2017
On Saturday, June 24, 2017, GWAG will host its second annual fundraising dinner in support of maternity care in Ghana. This year’s event will continue to raise awareness of the challenges faced by women during pregnancy, labor, and delivery in some of Ghana’s most underserved communities. The goal is raise about $25,000 to help sustain the hospitals the organization assisted during last year’s fundraiser (Elmina Urban Healthcare Center, our adopted ward, and Oda Regional Hospital) and to furnish three new maternity wards in the Volta Region with medical supplies to include delivery and post-delivery beds, mattresses, pillows, curtains, incubators, bed pans, catheters, thermometers, drip pans, gloves, and masks. We invite all friends of GWAG, and the general public, to join us as we strive to reach our goal.
Dorothy Benson Senior Center
6500 Vernon Woods Dr. NE,
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
8:00PM – 12:00AM
Tickets for the event can be purchased online at our website ghanawomen.org
$50 for adults 18 years of age and older.
Guests will be treated to dinner and a lineup of activities, including a fashion show by GWAG’s youth and a silent auction, The event theme is “Bettering the Maternity Experience One Ward at a Time,” and the guest speaker will be Dr. Jacqueline Owusu, a physician, and founder of the skincare line Dr. Owusu Skincare.
The Ghanaian Women’s Association of Georgia (GWAG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on bringing change and development to our under-served communities in the United States and Ghana. The organization achieves this goal by supporting healthcare and educational initiatives for women and children because it believes that women’s empowerment is the key to thriving communities. The organization also aims to draw strength from the talents, skills, resources, and diversity of its members to establish a thriving, engaged and visible Ghanaian community in Georgia while providing a platform for the exchange of ideas geared towards sustaining personal and community development