Did You Know…

The Women’s Fund is now reaching on average 2,700 girls and 1,600 women through its health education programs annually.

“This class made me think about how I communicate and what I need to work on.”

90% of all participants felt like they could apply that knowledge to their daily life

“It helps to express my feelings when expressing issues I may have with others.”

80% of participants apply appropriate skills to minimize health risk and increase positive health behaviors

“I have learned to deal better with negative people who work around me.”

80% of participants know the effects of positive thinking, and skills used to increase positive thinking.

To provide Houston-area women and girls with the tools they need to be advocates for their health.

On September 15, 2017 we’re moving to a new location – 5433 Westheimer Rd, Suite 924 Houston, TX


POSTPONEDFall Membership Luncheon – 9/22/17 – Join The Women’s Fund this Fall and enjoy a three-course lunch at Tony’s for our membership.
Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon – 10/22/17 – Join us for our 7th Annual Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon!


A Conversation on Aging

A relevant and interesting ‘lunch & learn’ event held at The Health Museum of Houston.  Click the button to watch the video.
Watch the Video

Wine & Yoga with ROC for h.e.r.

It was great to see you all at this fun event.


2017 Spring Membership Social

What a fabulous luncheon! Thank you for your participation for a good cause.


2017 Wine Dinner & Concert

Thank you all to an evening of exceptional wine, gourmet dining, and music. To view photos go here. Special thanks to Alexander’s Fine Portraits.


Which “Weigh”?

Making healthy, lasting changes is what this book is all about.

What About Me?

Our comprehensive health education guidebook for young women ages 12 –16.

How’s My Health? A Personal Health Record

A practical tool used to take charge of one’s health history, effectively collect, and maintain one’s own medical records.

What are the Facts?

Provides the most current health information to motivate women to make more informed decisions about their health care.