Bringing together over 500 strong, dedicated women who have a passion for education, Women United is making an impact in our community through their dedication to early childhood education and gifts of $2,500 or more annually.
MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS: Qualified members may be eligible for generous match opportunities through Lilly Endowment, Inc. or the Angela and Doug Braly Match and attend exclusive luncheons, special events and educational, volunteer and social networking opportunities throughout the year.
Women United led the fight for pre-K expansion by attending numerous rallies and hosting events to educate our community on the importance of pre-K. Together, they secured and delivered over 500 letters to our legislators in support of the pre-K expansion bill. Now, more low-income children will have access to high-quality pre-K education, but the fight has just begun for the 27,000 low-income children in Central Indiana.
Preparing children for a successful future begins by providing them with the proper tools and resources. As part of this mission, Women United delivered over 1,000 literacy kits to more than 30 Central Indiana childcare centers in 2016. Women United is also on the forefront of improving childcare centers, including projects from painting and building furniture to facilitating reading circles.
"As the mother of two daughters, early childhood education is close to my heart. I want to see every child in our community have the same opportunities that will allow them to be prepared to excel in school. While I enjoy spending time volunteering in the classroom, I wanted to get involved in a broader way. The recent expansion of funding for pre-k in the State of Indiana is so exciting and is going to make a big difference for our young kids!"Read more
"I joined Women United to collaborate with other like-minded women at all levels within their organizations to further advocate for quality education for all. Additionally, I desire to expose young girls to positive female role models and through Women United I have been able to network with some pretty dynamic women."Read more
"I love the idea of women working together on behalf of the community to impact the lives of preschoolers. This group is a way for me to contribute to activities that bring awareness to the importance of early childhood education. As a bonus, the events hosted by Women United throughout the year are a great opportunity to meet others in the community and to learn about other social impact programs."Read more
Do you want to make a tangible difference in your community, make an impact on early childhood education and attend volunteer opportunities that involve family, fun and friends?
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Through our Step Up program, you can be recognized as a member in your first year by contributing $1,250 in your first year and $2,500 in your second year.
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