About AWWIN

AWWIN, Inc is a 501(c)(3), publicly supported organization designed to assist single working low income women and their children. Over the past thirteen years, AWWIN has assisted over 1000 families in Savannah and the Coastal Empire.

Our Mission

It is the mission of AWWIN to deliver a full continuum of support services for the low income single working woman and her family through a variety of collaborative efforts and partnerships with community organizations and agencies.

Our Vision

To ensure that low income single, working women become self-sufficient, utilizing existing community resources as a vehicle of hope to transform their lives and ensure a prosperous legacy for themselves and their children.

Inaugural Ten Men In Black “Talking Real” Roundtable Discussion & Luncheon

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Thank You for Supporting The Inaugural Ten Men In Black “Talking Real” Roundtable Discussion & Luncheon. A Special Thank You To Our Sponsors: City Of Savannah, Cumulus Broadcasting, WJCL TV, Joy 100, D&D Photography And Tate Law Group.

Our pioneering panelists included: Miller Bargeron, Jr of Guyton, GA, Ned Williams of Savannah, GA, German Nieves of Savannah, GA, Joe Steffen of Savannah, GA, Peter Doliber of Savannah, GA, Desmond Duval of Savannah, GA, Kevin Holmes of Savannah, GA, and Pastor Charles P. Roberson, Sr., D. Div., David Harris of Effingham, GA and Deputy Ron Robinson of Savannah, GA
Mark Tate Of The Tate Law Group Served As Moderator.

Community Making A Difference--Brenda Bryant

Twice monthly I will highlight outstanding leaders in our communities and introduce you to women and men that pay it forward on a daily basis whether it’s through their professional or personal lives. Together we will take a look at women and men that are connected in our communities and making a difference in the lives of others.

Secrets of the Woman in the Suit

Secrets of the Woman in the Suit

Secrets of the Woman in the Suit is a collection of stories from highly successful women being real about their struggles, families, dreams and hopes. It is written to inspire the ordinary woman to become extraordinary.

As the orchestrator of the project, Sarahlyn U. Argrow has shared a personal chapter out of her life that most women in her position would not share. She hopes to motivate and inspire women to rise above their circumstances and grab another woman’s hand in the process.

Dancing The Word Assists With Childcare Stipends

Dance Program

More than 80 students danced, sang and acted for the Savannah community through a partnership between MOJA Dance studio and Assisting Working Women in Need, Inc. (AWWIN).

AWWIN presented their first client with a $350.00 check on Saturday, June 9. Ms Allen was elated to receive the much needed support to assist her with childcare needs.

Help a Woman in Need

Your donations are very important to AWWIN and its mission. Without the generosity of individuals like yourself and local businesses, AWWIN, Inc would not be able to provide services to single working women and their children in our communities. Because of your support AWWIN has broken barriers such as lack of education and job training from the lives of women and children in our communities. We appreciate your past donations and ask for your continued support in the future. Learn more ...

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