At Covington Women’s Health Specialists, we pride ourselves on our community involvement in Newton County. We are supporters of the following non-profit organizations:
GFWC GA Heartland Woman’s Club
GFWC Heartland Woman’s Club is a service organization that contributes to the community through charitable pursuits and worthwhile projects. Covington Women’s Health Specialist is proud to sponsor many of their early events.
On May 14th, the Heartland Woman’s Club’s hosted their 29th Annual Cherry Blossom Charity Croquet tournament. We are proud to be a sponsor for this event that benefitted the Rockdale County Autism Support Group in Rockdale, Newton, and the surrounding counties. Click here to learn more about Rockdale County Autism Support Group (RCASG).
In March 2022, Covington Women’s Health Specialists sponsored the GFWC GA Heartland Woman’s Club hosted the Dresses 4Sarah Gala. This event beneifted 4Sarah, a nonprofit faith-based organization that empowers change in the life direction of women and girls working in the sex industry or sex trafficking survivors. Click here to learn more about 4Sarah.
Newton County Arts Association
This non-profit organization encourages young people and adults in the community to participate in the arts, both as audience members and artists.
Serving Newton County for over 30 years, the organization now serves 8 counties and over 50 schools through its Young Artists Programs and concerts, becoming a regional provider of the arts.
Last October, Covington Women’s Health Specialists had the honor of sponsoring the annual Pink-Out Concert, a free performance for everyone to enjoy at Legion Field in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Newton Pregnancy Resource Center
This non-profit offers a wide variety of free services including an initial ultrasound, pregnancy resources, and educational programs. Our very own Dr. Bender is also the medical director!
This survivor-led non-profit provides tattoo coverups, removals and support services to survivors of sex trafficking, gangs, former self-harmers and addicts.
They have also provided national survivor-led training on the history behind “brandings” in human trafficking to law enforcement, medical fields, nonprofits, and communities.
Support services offered through ARI are high school diplomas with graduations, trauma-informed therapy, job readiness, and referrals for housing for survivors of exploitation.
Taking place every September, the Fuzz Run is organized by Police Who Care, Inc. The PWC Fund was created almost 40 years ago as a means to help Covington Police Officers with medical bills and other financial difficulties. Our practice is proud to be one of their sponsors.