Empowering women and improving their overall standard of living

We Can Change the World One Phenomenal Woman at A Time

Empowering Women Starts Here

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When you partner with Phenomenal Women's Health, you activate the process of permanent, positive change. Even more, you connect your brand to a unique, trusted nonprofit that's enlisting hundreds to change the world.


Mission Statement

Phenomenal Women's Health, Inc. educates, equips, empowers, and supports underserved women and girls to live a healthier, fulfilled lifestyle by making well-informed decisions about their mind, body, fiscal and spiritual health.

Vision Statement

To promote women’s health by serving as a catalyst through which underserved, underinsured, or uninsured women may become aware...

About Us

Phenomenal Women’s Health Inc. (PWH) was founded in May 2007 by Cheryl Burnside, a physical therapist, who saw the need to influence the lives of women positively by promoting...

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I Will Thrive in the Issues of the Heart

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The main focus of our organization is to educate women about the mental, physical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of their lives. We accomplish this through a series of health fairs, as well as by partnering with such organizations as the American Heart Association, St Joseph's Hospital, Avon, Macy’s, Belk, Kohl's, and the American Kidney Foundation . We need your help in our efforts of empowering women and increasing their overall standard of living. Your support is priceless and will work wonders in shaping a new generation of women.

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"If you save a woman, you save generations to come"

--Cheryl Burnside

We Must Equip. Eradicate. Empower

FACT: 41.8% of girls aged 11-14 in Georgia are bullied that result in physical fights. In recent years, a series of bullying-related suicides in the US and across the globe have drawn attention to the connection between bullying and suicide. Though too many adults still see bullying as “just part of being a kid,” it is a serious problem that leads to many negative effects for victims, including suicide. It's time to roll up our sleeves. Our little girls shouldn't have to hide any longer.

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