The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys


In 2003, the GABWA Foundation initiated “Project Endowment,” a campaign to raise additional funds to sustain the GABWA Foundation’s scholarship efforts for the next generation.

In 2013, in honor of its 30th Anniversary, the GABWA Foundation announced its 30th Anniversary Endowment Campaign Pledge Drive, through which it hopes to raise $300,000 in order to make the GABWA Endowment Fund self-sustaining.   The 30th Anniversary Endowment Campaign officially began on July 20, 2013, at the GABWA Glitter Gala and Auction and will continue for one year.   Members of GABWA and the Georgia legal community at large are encouraged to join the GABWA Foundation in its mission to ensure that resources are available to black women law students attending law school in the state of Georgia for years to come by making a pledge to the GABWA Foundation Endowment Fund, which may be fulfilled over a 3-6 year period.

Click below to make your pledge or you may contact the GABWA Foundation’s President Janet C. Scott ( or Vice President Rita Treadwell ( for additional details.