Foundation Committee
In 2005, NCAWA established the “NCAWA Fund” at the Foundation for the Carolinas (the “NCAWA Fund").  The NCAWA Fund at the Foundation is a 501(c)(3) entity and all gifts to the Fund are tax deductible.  The NCAWA Fund was initially funded by an anonymous member of NCAWA.  This generous donor also agreed to match all gifts to the NCAWA Fund up to $20,000.00!  A special thank you goes out to this special donor for her wisdom and vision in recognizing how the NCAWA Fund can greatly impact NCAWA’s future for years to come.
 
While the NCAWA Fund is designed to be flexible and can change over time to meet the ever-evolving charitable and educational needs of our organization, the NCAWA Fund is currently used to fund the law student scholarships that NCAWA presents annually at each of the seven North Carolina law schools.  The Foundation Committee is primarily responsible for administering NCAWA's scholarship program.
 

Would you like to make a donation?

If you would like to contribute to the NCAWA Scholarship Fund, which is maintained at the Foundation for the Carolinas, please visit FFTC's website at www.fftc.org and click "Donate Online."
 

Are you interested in joining the Foundation Committee? 

If you are interested in joining the Foundation Committee, please contact the Committee Chair Monica Webb.

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About NCAWA

The North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys (NCAWA) is the organization where women lawyers in North Carolina come together to build important personal and professional relationships. The NCAWA is about women helping women. When you join the NCAWA, you can expect leadership opportunities, rewarding work on our committees, a networking forum for business development, and more.  
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Mission Statement

NCAWA's mission is to promote the participation of women in the legal profession and advance the rights and welfare of women under the law.