Please join us for connection and conversation at our annual Women United Fall Kickoff Event on Thursday, September 24 at 7 p.m. Our event will be held on Zoom. This event is free to current and prospective members of Women United. Click here to register.
After months of supporting our community, our families and one another during the pandemic, we are taking an evening to focus on ourselves and the practice of self-care. AdventHealth Psychologist Cynthia King, PsyD will share the impact of the virus and ways to strengthen your mental wellness through this time. We’ll also get tools for the rest of our bodies to help us build our mental wellness abilities from AdventHealth Wellness Coordinator, LaToya Ellis, MHA.
We are also excited to bring you a Wine & Chocolate Pairing from two local women business owners, Merit Wolff of Wine, Sage & Gourmet and Celeste Ralston from Van's Chocolates. Each attendee will receive curated wine and chocolates designed to be enjoyed together while listening to a live presentation on pairing these decadent items.
Please join us!
Women United (WU) connects and engages women who want to make a significant impact in our community.
Click here to see a list of our current Women United members and read what we've been up to this last year!
Are you a dynamic, passionate and community-minded woman?
Join us! As a member of WOMEN UNITED you can:
- Network with other influential women who have a passion for the community through quarterly events and ongoing activities.
- Participate in volunteer projects that make a meaningful impact in our community, such as GEM (Girls EMpowered), our after school program for fifth grade girls at Hillandale and Upward Elementary Schools and middle school girls at Hendersonville Middle School.
- Know that your contribution not only support United Way’s work to improve education, income and health, but also supports focused projects that benefit low-income children in our local schools.
Click through our brochure and learn more.
You can find our Women United Pledge Card here.
Women who are currently members of the Ochlawaha Society, United Way’s Leadership Giving Circle, are eligible to participate in both groups with one gift of $1,000 or more.