Save the Date: YWCA Madison Circle is on February 16, 2022!
VIRTUAL EVENT OVER THE LUNCH HOUR
Thank you for joining us, in the virtual space, to celebrate the power of individual philanthropy at YWCA Madison’s Annual Circle fundraiser. Guests learned about the essential work of YWCA Madison.
Funds donated by guests at the event (and afterwards) support the YWCA Madison’s race & gender equity; job training & transportation; and housing & shelter. Because of our generous sponsors, each dollar raised goes directly to YWCA Madison to support local programming.
2022 Circle Committee is Coming!
Monica Mims Co-Chair
Julia Stanley Co-Chair
OUR RECENT CIRCLE CAPTAINS
Our sincere thanks to everyone who has promoted philanthropy among those in their own circle of friends and colleagues by serving as a Circle Captain.
# Indicates the number of years serving as a captain.
Betty Harris Custer9
Kristy Brown Lust
Mary Jo Steeber Higgins
Lucretia Sullivan Wade2
Mona Adams Winston
Thank You to Our 2021 Circle Sponsors
On behalf of the women and families we serve, we salute our sponsors and partners with heartfelt thanks. Our incredible sponsors provide critical financial support for YWCA programs and initiatives.
YWCA Madison held the first Circle of Women fundraiser in 2004. With great success, the event continues to grow. In 2020, over 900 people attended the 17th annual event. In 2021, we gathered virtually for the first time. Again, in 2022, we will meet virtually with a new name, YWCA Madison Circle! We feel this new name embodies the circle of support surrounding our mission and programs. Everyone is invited to be a part of that support system through YWCA Madison Circle!
Here is what some of our guests have said about the event:
“I’ve attended Circle of Women for several years and each time, I leave being so impressed and uplifted by the testimonials—the women the YWCA has helped are amazing as is the help that you provide.”
“Love this program and always come away so inspired by the women who are brave enough to share their stories with such a large group. Thank you for all you do for the community.”