WIN! Women In Network
WIN! Women in Network-A Premier Giving Circle
Network of Community Ministries, Inc. went in search of a way to recognize the extraordinary contribution that women are making on behalf of impoverished children across Dallas County, a way that will bring women closer to the Mission and the Vision of the organization, and actively connect them to the lives of children in need of the basics---food, clothing, and shelter.
Why focus on women? Women are active in Network—staff, volunteers, donors—all shape the impact of Network, Inc. in the lives of thousands.
Women, according to the Women’s Philanthropy Institute (WPI), want to create new solutions and effect change; they want to make things better for future generations. The WPI co-founders, Sondra C. Shaw and Martha A. Taylor, also feel that women are willing to make a long range commitment to help. They just need to be asked.
Network wants women to become collaborators with the organization, working together as part of a large effort to build that support needed in the lives of children and their families.
During 2012, Women In Network premiers, a membership recognition program that focuses on strategies to put women in closer touch with more current information about poverty, especially among children, along with a comprehensive awareness of the frontline assistance that Network is bringing daily into children’s lives.
Read further about how you can become a member and what that relationship with Network will do for a single child and for you
Officially, Women In Network is a membership recognition program dedicated to helping impoverished children
through advocacy and support of Network of Community Ministries, Inc.
Strategic goals were formulated in July of this year that define the dedication of those women who will join
Network through Women in Network:
- change children’s lives through providing basic needs assistance;
- help children believe in themselves;
- lead in the challenge for other women to support Network;
- and dedicate every day of their own lives to positively impacting the lives of children
Additionally, the program represents an initiative for women to connect in and grow with other caring and
knowledgeable individuals with the willingness and capacity to serve.
Read further about how you can become a member and what that relationship with Network will do for a single child and for you.