Women’s Leadership Council

  

MISSION:

The Women's Leadership Council is a powerful network of women who strengthen our community through an investment of:

How do you become a member of Women’s Leadership?

Women's Leadership members are Leaders in Giving and give:

MEET OUR CURRENT MEMBERS

The Women’s Leadership Council focuses on raising funds and awareness for United Way's Education initiative which ensures local children and students have the experiences and education they need to succeed in school and in life.  This group of local women coordinate and participate in several United Way of Cass-Clay events and initiatives throughout the year.

 

Women's Leadership Luncheon
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Volunteers on our Women's Leadership Council assist in creating a successful Women's Leadership Luncheon. In 2015, over 750 women attended the lunch hour event.

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Women's Leadership Golf Scramble
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Spend the afternoon in the sun (it hasn't rained yet!) with other women from the community as we support United Way of Cass-Clay's Supply Drive at the Women's Leadership Golf Scramble. Held each year in June, the women golfers gather for fun, network, and also to support our community's students.

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Imagination Library May Day Baskets
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Each year, Women's Leadership Council volunteers celebrate May Day by distributing books to children at local child care centers. They spend the morning readying and encouraging a love for literacy while promoting the Imagination Library Program.

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PASSION and POWER...these are just two of the reasons I support United Way through the Women's Leadership Council. I have a deep passion to better the experience for the children in our community and with the help of United Way I have the power to make a difference. Volunteering on the Women's Leadership Council has inspired me. It is rewarding to know the time and gifts I am able to provide to the United Way will make a lasting change right here in our community.

Kayla Werk, Wells Fargo