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In keeping with the motto: Non Sibi Sed Omnibus – Not for Self but for All, of our alma mater, the Annie Walsh Memorial School (AWMS), the Washington Metropolitan Branch of AWOGA was founded to raise funds for the advancement of education and for the improvement of the quality of student life at the AWMS.
The Annie Walsh Old Girls Association (AWOGA) is a global network of alumnae of The Annie Walsh Memorial School (AWMS) in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa, operating under various branches worldwide.
Established in The State of Maryland on July 26, 1986, The AWOGA Washington Branch,
a qualified tax-
Aligning with other branches of AWOGA, the mission of AWOGA Washington, as stated
article of Incorporation and By-
provide financial support and assistance in promoting the academic, social and cultural goals of its alma mater, The Annie Walsh Memorial School.
serve as role models for current pupils individually and collectively
assist in the improvement of the general education and welfare of the pupils of the school
establish an active line of communication between current and past pupils of the school
Membership in the Association is open to any and all bona fide Annie Walsh Alumnae who are residents in the United States, and who have met membership dues requirements. Past Annie Walsh pupils who are visitors in the United States are eligible to become associate members for a period not to exceed one year.
All AWMS alumnae are eligible and are invited to become members of the AWMS Old Girls
Association (AWOGA). Provisions for membership and governance of the Association
are detailed in the Association’s By-
For further information, please contact us at: or at P. O. Box 1864, Silver Spring, MD 20902.