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WGC eNews – April 2018

WGC eNews – April 2018

Dear WGC Donor and Friends, Today, April 10 is Equal Pay Day. That means women had to work all of 2017 and until this day in 2018 to catch up with what men earned in 2017 alone. We care about this because one of the goals of the WGC is to raise the awareness of gender disparities…

3 Questions With … WGC Advisory Board Member Kim Agnor

3 Questions With … WGC Advisory Board Member Kim Agnor

Each month we are speaking to our donors to learn more about how they are participating in WGC efforts, and why it’s meaningful to them. This month, please meet WGC Advisory Board Member Kim Agnor: 1. How long have you been involved with the WGC, and what is your role now? Barb Van Winkle introduced…

So, Do You Want to Get Involved?

So, Do You Want to Get Involved?

As I walk through my personal and professional travels each day, women who don’t know us ask me what the WGC is. My answer is simply our mission: the Women’s Giving Circle is building a community of philanthropists and creating a permanent legacy to address the needs of women and girls in Howard County. And then,…

1000+ Donors

1000+ Donors

The WGC has received gifts and pledges of over $1 million since its founding in 2002, over 1000 donors.

90+ JA Rising Women

90+ JA Rising Women

A semester long entrepreneur program, representing more than 10 high schools in Howard County

$300K in Grants

$300K in Grants

Together, we have have invested more than $300,000 in local community organizations that address the needs and improve the lives of women and girls.

314 Journey Girls

314 Journey Girls

A unique camp helping young women identify their own leadership skils, strengths, and weaknesses in a supportive and fun environment that fosters increased self-esteem and confidence.