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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Empowerment Through Wellness Education

UPCOMING EVENTS

Fall Membership Luncheon - 9/7/18

We cordially invite you to our Fall Membership Luncheon at Tony’s, with guest speaker Julie E. Kutac, MA, PhD of the Alzheimer’s Association. Don’t miss her talk: Love Your Brain. Tips from the Latest Research.

Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon – 10/28/18

Please join us for our 8th Annual Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon at the Royal Sonesta Hotel. Featuring Keynote Speaker Maikaila Ulmer, Founder and CEO of Me & the Bees Lemonade and Founder of The Healthy Hive Foundation.

OUR PUBLICATIONS

Which “Weigh”?

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

What About Me?

Our comprehensive health education guidebook for young women ranging from puberty and beyond.

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.