September 2019

RECAP - The Women's Fund 2019 Social Change Exchange:
Unconscious Bias: A Hidden Risk?
This year, the Fund screened TED Talk, Chimamande Ngozi Adichie, "Danger of a Single Story" and facilitated discussions that examined how our unconscious biases shape what we think we "know" and how we can challenge common assumptions to impact change.

Thank you to all of the Women's Fund members and community partners who participated in our annual Social Change Exchange.
We had an awesome turnout, and heard some really great conversations taking place throughout the room; we hope that you are continuing to have them in your respective circles and beyond!

If you were not able to attend the 2019 Social Change Exchange, you can view the TED Talk here:

Thank you for your ongoing commitment to create social change for women and girls in Forsyth County.


Let's Vote, Let's Discuss
The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem invites you to join us for our annual  members-only   - Let's Vote, Let's Discuss ! This forum provides members with the opportunity to discuss our 2019 slate of grant proposals, and learn more about how local programs and initiatives can address some of the social issues affecting the economic security of women and girls in Forsyth County.

Enjoy lively discussion and the camaraderie of fellow fund members who share in our collective commitment to invest our time, talent and treasure into the economic security of women and girls in our community. You will leave the session ready to effectively and confidently evaluate 2019 slate of grant proposals. We encourage individual members, group leaders, and group members to attend.
 
The member voting period has already started and runs September 20 - October 13. Make sure to check your inboxes for a link to this year’s slate of proposals. Event details for our Let's Vote, Let's Discuss are listed below.

Let's Vote, Let's Discuss:

~ Member's Only ~
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. (lunch served)
- or -
from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (appetizers served)

KNOLLWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH, 330 KNOLLWOOD STREET
FELLOWSHIP HALL
Honor the Women Who Inspire You!
Honor the women in your life who inspire you by making a tribute gift today! With a gift of $50 or more, your honoree and you will be listed in the program for the 2019 annual luncheon. (Gifts must be received by October 18th to be listed in the program). A special letter from The Women's Fund will also be sent to your honoree to let them know of your special gift.

All tribute gifts provide direct support for our mission - to provide economic security for women and girls in Forsyth County.
Please join The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem as we celebrate the
power of women’s philanthropy and award our 2019 grants.

The Fourteenth Annual Luncheon of
The Women’s F und of Winston-Salem
presented by
BB&T

Wednesday, November 13, Noon – 1:30pm
Benton Convention Center
301 West 5th Street, Downtown Winston-Salem
$25*

Emcee: Wanda Starke, WXII Anchor
Speaker: Suzanne Reynolds, Retired Dean, Wake Forest University School of Law

 
BPI's Annual Fundraising Event
The Black Philanthropy Initiative of The Winston-Salem Foundation
invites you to attend -
Advancing Equity in Education
a fundraising event
Thursday, October 10, 2019
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Winston-Salem State University Anderson Center -
McNeil Ballroom
Please join us for dinner, drinks and a short program that will begin at 6:00 PM.
We will conclude the event by 7:00 PM so that those interested can also attend 
(also on Winston-Salem State’s campus).

Seats will be reserved at the Nikole Hannah-Jones event for BPI event attendees.

Free and open to the public.
WOMEN'S FUND IN THE NEWS
Winston-Salem Monthly via Journal Now:   Three initiatives bring diversity, inclusivity to life in Winston-Salem