UNITED WAY'S WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
United Way's Women's Leadership Council, commonly known in Marion County as Women of Worth or WoW brings women together as a unique driving force and inspires them to ignite their passion for leading change in the community. The council promotes community involvement and philanthropic giving among women in our community with the purpose of furthering United Way's community-based agenda. Most recently, WoW has focused it's fundraising and engagement efforts around United Way's ReadingPals program.
The mission of the United Way's Women's Leadership Council is to inspire, celebrate, educate, and engage women in philanthropy and community service to positively impact lives by:
- Bringing women philanthropists together to share their interests and involvements
- Apprising women of trends regarding women and philanthropy
- Keeping women informed about the needs of our community
- Educating women about United Way's Community Impact work
JOIN THE POWER OF WOMEN
We are sisters, daughters, wives and mothers. we are business owners, corporate leaders, homemakers, doctors, lawyers,
engineers and teachers. We manage businesses while we drive the carpool to our children's school.
The power to change our community is in our hands. We invite you to join us and build on the power of women.
Are you or your spouse an annual leadership donor ($1,000 or more) to United Way? Your membership in WoW is complementary. Please complete the form below to let us know you would like to get involved with the group and start receiving updates on programming.
Not a leadership donor? You can become a leadership donor at anytime, or join WoW for an annual due of $125. Dues are due by June 30th each year. Your dues will go to sponsor one student in United Way's ReadingPals program. Please complete the form below to sign up, pay your dues online or request to be billed.