Women United

Women United is a community of dynamic women joining forces to provide children and women the opportunity to thrive. Women United provides networking, volunteering, and collaboration with other women. Be a part of improving the lives of children, families, and communities across Greater Atlanta.

2020 Toast to Her
Senior Director of Individual Engagement, Women's Leadership

Established in 1999 under the leadership of Atlanta heroines Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole, Ann Stallard, and Anne Kaiser, Women United serves as the “go to“ place for women of all ages to create real and lasting change.

Supporters and members of Women United are United Way of Greater Atlanta’s partners in ensuring that women and families have equitable opportunities to live a healthy life and to acquire the education and skills they need to earn a sustaining wage so that they may achieve their full potential. This group engages with the Greater Atlanta community to support our Child Well-Being Agenda through financial contributions, volunteerism, and advocacy. By getting involved, you’re unlocking the potential of children, families and communities.

Women United membership is open to those who give $1000 or more annually.

Benefits that add up to more

A Women United Membership provides opportunities for philanthropic, social, and professional growth.

Women United Leadership Spotlight: Lisa Walker Holloway

“The United Way really ‘gets it.’ I love the affinity groups that the United Way offers and having the opportunity to serve with Women United has been an awesome experience.”

Latest news and events

Highlight Reel

In May of 2023, Women United hosted the 15th Annual Women’s Leadership Breakfast. Panelists included Academy Award-winning Costume Designer for Marvel’s Black Panther, Ruth E. Carter, Founder of fab’rik, Dana Spinola, and Co-owner and Vice President of the Atlanta Dream, Renee Montgomery. Check out this recap video to experience the real flex.
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Our Impact Networks

Engagement Groups

African-American Partnership members give $1000 annually and are committed to uplifting African-American boys and young men in the metro Atlanta area.
LINC members give $250 annually and are under the age of 30.
Women United mobilizes women of diverse backgrounds and is open to those who give $1000 annually.
LINC members give $250 annually and are under the age of 30, and YPL members give $500 annually and are under the

Donor Recognition Societies

Tocqueville Society and Ivan Allen donors give $10,000 and $25,000 annually, respectfully.
Legacy Leaders are individuals or couples who commit to a planned gift through their wills or estate plans.
Cole Society members give $1,000 annually. This includes access to Women United and African-American Partnership.​

Board Service

United Way VIP is a nationally recognized board governance training program.

Thank you for your interest in Women United.