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Our women’s giving circle supports initiatives that improve the quality of life for women and families in our community.

Anne Arundel Women Giving Together (AAWGT) is a women’s giving circle with over 200 members. AAWGT is a fund of the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County. We invest — pooling our annual contributions for “collective philanthropy,” thus multiplying the power of one by many. Since 2006, AAWGT has awarded grants totaling over $900,000 to non-profit organizations to improve the quality of life for women and families in Anne Arundel County. Grants focus on health and welfare, education and the prevention of and treatment for violence and abuse. We inform — holding in-depth education sessions highlighting issues in our county that require active attention and support. And, we inspire — encouraging our members to engage as leaders and philanthropists in our local community.

AAWGT IS:

Investing ...
Donating $900,000+ in 79 Grants Since 2007!

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Informing ...
Convening 40+ Education Sessions in Over 10 Years!

Upcoming AAWGT Events ❯

Inspiring ...
Engaging 200+ members!

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What is a Women’s Giving Circle? ❯

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AAWGT NEWS

March 8 MEETING: Women Leading Change at Home and Around the World

“Women Leading Change at Home and Around the World” was the topic for the annual AAWGT Women and Leadership event held on March 8 at Calvary United Methodist Church. Highlighting International Women’s Day, this gathering was extremely successful, with more than 100 attendees including 64 members and 52 guests. A panel discussion among two mother-daughter pairs focused on the influences, motivations, and challenges in their separate journeys, as well as the threads they and other women have in common as they seek to find their place in the world. READ MORE

February 15 MEETING: derailing early childhood trauma

Trauma-informed care, incorporated into services across a community, can create significantly better outcomes for affected young children. This was the key message delivered by Dr. Joan Gillece to 80 AAWGT members and community guests. READ MORE

Why I belong to AAWGT:

“… a top-level group of interesting, professional women who are passionate about issues and learning.”

Lynne Davidson, member since 2006

“… a great idea that is working.”

Lori DeRose, member since 2015


“… thoughtful, talented women who want to make positive contributions to their community.”

Gwyn Smith, member since 2012

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