Register Now for the Women's Fund Luncheon
Thursday, September 7, 2017 |  Radisson Paper Valley Hotel

Please join us on Thursday, September 7 for an inspiring afternoon with one thousand of our closest friends to support women and girls in our community. Seats are filling up quickly, so don't wait to register!

Cost: $65|Seat or $650|Table of 10

Visit the Women's Fund website for details and to register online. 
Luncheon Speaker Dr. Ann McKee Garners National Attention with New Research
The Women's Fund welcomes Appleton native Dr. Ann McKee as the featured speaker at the annual Women's Fund Luncheon in September. Known for her work identifying chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in contact sport athletes and military veterans, McKee is a true agent of change. 

Her most recent findings were published at the end of July in The Journal of the American Medical Association and have garnered national and local attention.

Follow these links to read more about McKee's publication and its implications:

Boston Globe CNN   |   NBC News   

The Women's Fund is honored to welcome this courageous and accomplished woman in science home to Appleton on September 7 to share her story.
Spectacular Raffle

Coming to the Women's Fund Luncheon? Be sure to purchase raffle tickets in these cute lipstick cases for a chance to win one of three designer purses. You don't want to miss it! Watch our Facebook page for more details.

Tickets can be purchased at the luncheon with cash or credit card. Three tickets for $20.  
Issue Spotlight Panel Discussion
September 7, 2017 | 10:15 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Join the Women's Fund prior to the luncheon for the Issue Spotlight panel discussion. Learn from a panel of experts from BRAIN Fox Valley about local work related to traumatic brain injury and poverty. The panel will be moderated by Jen Zettel from The Post-Crescent. Panelists this year include:

Kathy Connolly
BRAIN Fox Valley, Co-chair

Robin Gantzert 
Harbor House, Women's Advocate

Jerome Martin
Homeless Connections, Executive Director

Jillian M. Schuh, Ph.D.
Catalpa Health, Clinical Director and Pediatric Neuropsychologist 

The Issue Spotlight is a free community event. A ticket for the Women's Fund Luncheon is not required to attend.

Luncheon Parking Tips
Plan ahead and read our luncheon parking tips here. Several street and ramp options are available.