WOMEN HELPING WOMEN
STEP 1: VOTE TODAY
STEP 2: SHARE WITH OTHERS
"I VOTED TO HELP STOP DOMESTIC VIOLENCE"
Some of the Women Who Support the Women Foundation
Becky Jones West, WestRogers LLC
"As I look to the future of the Women's Foundation, I see its home in Memphis but with a heart that serves women nationally and internationally. Ever since the Foundation was created 17 years ago, the women leaders at the helm have a legacy of moving the mission and work forward to greater grant-making, more leadership in improving the lives of women and children, and growing the Foundation's impact.
Nisha Powers, President of Power Hill Design, LLC
I have found the gold mine at Women’s Foundation – these women are wonderful, gifted and committed. Through my experience on the Annual Grants Committee I learned so many things that inspired me. The gift of giving … No matter how bad a day we having there are people in our community who face so many tremendous struggles. I am so grateful to be blessed to be in a position to give back. I learned each of us have something to give. Hope …
Mary Bowen, Madison Group, President
"I am way too insignificant for such a title as Philanthropist. Most of us live and work as supporters of grand schemes, with our contributions of time and effort and money all feeding into a much larger stream - and, frankly, aware of the fact that our consensus as givers carries far more weight than any of the individual gifts. The seed of philanthropy and narrowing your focus to a feature of this world that you wish to improve, and joining with others in that effort. Together we help to realize human potential in our circles of influence, in our communities and in our world.
Gina Myers, Wealth Adviser, United Capital Private Wealth Counseling
"My mother taught me at a very young age that success was not defined by what I have or what I've accomplished, but instead success is making a positive impact in the lives of others. I became involved with the Women's Foundation and specifically Young Women Philanthropists because working with a group of strong, influential women can impact a community much more than working alone. I've gained so much from working with WFGM and YWP as I have been exposed to numerous organizations that work diligently to improve the lives of those in our community and it has allowed me to connect with people in those organizations that share my passion for charity.