Thank you to everyone who attended our 15th Annual Circle of Women! We will update this page with results as soon as possible!
If you attended and felt compelled to join the Empowerment Society, you can do so here, or contact Maggie to learn more!
The YWCA Madison Circle of Women fundraising event shows the power of our individual circles to positively impact the larger community. Each guest is asked to give $100…many give significantly more! Through these individual efforts, combined with sponsorship dollars, we raise more than $150,000 during one luncheon!
Many people make this possible. A huge thank you to our Table Captains, Sponsors and guests!
YWCA Madison works every day to eliminate racism and empower women. Through programs in race & gender equity, job training & transportation, and housing & shelter, we create real change for women, families and communities.
Our equity programs work to eliminate racism, keep kids in school, and close the gender leadership gap.
YWCA Madison’s Job Training & Transportation programs provide people with knowledge, skills, and transportation to improve their financial situations.
YWCA Madison’s Housing & Shelter programs o er safe, a ordable, and supportive housing options on the Capitol Square and throughout the Madison area.
Madison Community Foundation announces a $75,000 grant called Amplify Madison, a collaborative project to build skills, voice, and visibility for women in the local nonprofit community, with an emphasis on increasing opportunities for women of color. The grant, coordinated by YWCA Madison, will encourage and financially support training and professional development, peer learning and networking, and leadership and engagement for 8 triads to build capacity and leadership in the nonprofit sector. Click on the guidelines below for full details regarding eligibility and funding availability.
“We are very excited to host such a great opportunity to empower women in the Madison area,” said YWCA Madison CEO Vanessa McDowell. “Our entire community will be enriched when we make it possible to build stronger relationships and have more diverse voices sharing knowledge.”
Read the full press release here.
Click here the button below for the Proposal Guidelines and Application.
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If you have any questions or would like further information please contact us at 608.257.1436, option 2. Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.