Southern Area

The Buckhead/Cascade City Chapter is a part of the Southern Area. For more information on the Southern Area, please visit salinksinc.org

The Arts

The Arts was accepted as a facet in 1966. The establishment of The Arts facet completed the comprehensive program through which The Links has unified its efforts and services for more than twenty-five years.

Health and Human Services

The Links, Incorporated established the Health and Human Services facet in response to the chronic health disparities that persist in our communities and result in the decreased life expectancy of African-Americans.

International Trends & Services

International Trends and Services became a facet of The Links, Incorporated in 1978.The major goal of the International Trends and Services facet is to insure that each Link will have a greater awareness of international events, affairs, and issues through personal involvement, commitment, and enrichment in various program areas.

National Trends & Services

With the goal of keeping Links apprised and abreast of current national trends, the National Trends and Services facet was established in 1962. This facet focuses on serving communities by addressing issues and concerns for the betterment of those therein.

Services to Youth

The Services to Youth facet was developed in 1958 under the leadership of National President Pauline Maloney. The initial objective of this facet was to aid minority youth in America to find and fulfill their intellectual potential.

Latest News

Leadership Academy

The Buckhead/Cascade City Chapter, along with the other Atlanta cluster chapters, have supported the Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy for several years by providing items for the CSKYWLA closet. The closet is full of personal care and hygiene items for students in need. The closet is fully stocked so that students in need are able to access items throughout the school year. BCCC Links shown above visited CSKYWLA during Link Shirley Clarke Franklin’s Annual Lecture Series at the school during Women’s History Month.

Links Day at the Capitol

Links Day at the Capitol More than 100 members of the 15 Georgia chapters located in Albany, Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Brunswick, Columbus, Fort Valley, LaGrange, Macon and Savannah recently participated in Links Day at the Capitol (LDAC) on February 17, 2015. Georgia legislators and Link members Senator Freddie Powell Sims (Albany) and Representative Carolyn Hugley (Columbus) served as honorary chairs. “My Link Sisters turned out in massive numbers to become better informed about these critical issues and to advocate on behalf of the women and children we have pledged to help protect,” said Judge Gail Tusan Washington, President of the Buckhead/Cascade City (GA) Chapter, and chair of Georgia Links Day at the Capitol. “The Georgia Links will continue to work together throughout the year with state legislators and advocate to make a significant difference in the lives of youth and women.”

Human Trafficking Conversation

The Links, Incorporated founded in 1946, is one of the oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry.