Women & Giving Continued
Not sure how to give back in AAUW?
Here's your chance!
Ready for a Challenge to Chart the Course for future women & girls? It’s your chance to give up a drink, snack, clothing, or other purchase per week or per month -- and donate that amount to AAUW's Charting the Course campaign! Charting the Course is a campaign that aims to raise $1 million to support the AAUW mission to empower women in our communities, schools, workplaces, and positions of leadership. Learn more here
. This will show all of us at the end of the calendar years of 2015 and 2016 that "a little goes a long way" when we all give small amounts in a concerted effort. Giving to the CTC campaign is easy online via the following link. http://www.aauw.org/chartingthecourse/
Make sure you are showcasing your eNetwork pride by doing either of the following:
***Enter your AAUW member number when donating online or on their check if sending in by snail-mail.
***If you are a member of more than one branch, specify the branch to credit on the online donation form. Three ways to do this: (1) If such a form field is offered, enter it there. (2) If not and there's a comment section on the online donation form, enter it there. (3) If none of these options are available, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
notifying them that you want Colorado eNetwork credit for your contribution. Include the transaction ID in the e-receipt that you'll receive from AAUW by email immediately after donating. Then, e-mail us COeNetworkAAUW@gmail.com
so that we can give you your well-deserved thanks! AND spread the word!
We want to see your sacrifice on social media with
Let’s build a community of support to spread the word and increase our ability to give back.
AAUW Quote of the Month
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
-- Margaret Mead, cultural anthropologist
AAUW Colorado eNetwork Updates
Thank you for being part of a groundbreaking AAUW branch. As we enter our fourth year of operation, we want to hear from you!
What are your interests in women and learning? What should the Colorado eNetwork be focusing on for 2016?
Please give us your feedback in this 5-minute survey.
Thank you kindly!
P.S. If you haven't yet done so, visit www.aauw.org to renew your 2015-16 membership before it disappears from our rolls this month.
Check out opportunities to connect with the eBranch and get involved!
is hosting an AAUW eNetwork
' luncheon on January 21, 2015. The 'Friend Raiser' will invite individuals who are not AAUW members
to meet and mingle with AAUW CO eNetwork coordinating council members
and learn about AAUW
- our history, the activities we support and the impact we make in the communities we live in. For more information on the event e-mail Melissa Johnsen - email@example.com
DECEMBER BOOK CLUB!
Look to the right of this eNewsletter to find more information about our December 2nd book club with AAUW leaders around the state to discuss Adam Grant's "Give and Take."
Follow-up: Last June we reviewed the book about a Yemeni girl, I am Najood, Aged 10, Divorced. If you found interest in this area there is a local nonprofit that may be of interest to you: Friends of Guéoul, Inc.
founded by Denverite, Judy Beggs. For more information and to get involved visit the website by clicking here
LOCAL EVENT SHOUT-OUT!
Join AfricAid and She's the First Colorado Partners, Starfish, Sacred Valley Project and Project Education South Sudan, to preview A Path Appears, Nicholas Kristof's new documentary series addressing the roots of gender-based oppression.
When: Tuesday, November 3rd, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
AAUW State & National Updates
Where: Posner Center for International Development, 1031 33rd Street, Denver, CO. This is a FREE event.
10 Young Feminists to Watch!