The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency Presents “Love Your Heart” Series and Health and Wellness
“Love Your Heart” Series Presented by Kelsey-Seybold Clinic
The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency, a nonprofit providing Houston-area women and girls with the tools needed to be advocates for their health, presents a “Love Your Heart” month-long series with guest speakers and health and wellness virtual presentations on heart health, body image and eating disorders.
The 2020 Your Voice Matters Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon raised $180,000 while celebrating the thousands of women and girls that count on The Women’s Fund for health education information.
The Women’s Fund presented Edna Meyer-Nelson as the recipient of the Sue Trammel Whitfield Award for Resiliency.
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250 virtual guests were up and rocking the house by dancing and singing along with Houston’s very own and Season 12 finalist of American Idol, Vincent Powell, in support of The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency. If that wasn’t enough to get guests at home excited and inspired by The Women’s Fund’s mission, the Rockin’ Resiliency luncheon was officially kicked off when partnerschools singers, Emma Fulton, Emilia Haymon and Bridget Gray joined Powell and performed “Count on Me.” The song was a tribute to the work The Women’s Fund provides to the Greater Houston community.
10th Annual Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon Set to Raise Funds for The Women’s Fund For Health Education
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The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency is a nonprofit providing Houston-area women and girls with the tools needed to be advocates for their health and skills to be resilient.
The Women’s Fund along with Co-Chairs Christine and Steve Johnson will celebrate girls and women who participate in The Women’s Fund education classes and programs during its 10th Annual Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon, a virtual event, on Sunday, November 1, 2020, at 12:30 p.m.
HOUSTON — Their mission provides Houston area women and girls, the tools they need to be advocates for their health. Their organization is dedicated to providing its programming and resources at no cost to Houston communities with limited access to health information. The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency teaches skills that increase self-efficacy, decision-making, goal setting, and resourcefulness to ensure positive health outcomes for individuals and communities.
After reviewing hundreds of nominations, the Houston Business Journal has named 96 women as honorees for the 2020 Women Who Mean Business Awards.
The awards honor women across nine industry categories plus the Woman to Watch and Woman Who Inspires categories. The criteria for selection included career achievement, contribution to company and city success, community involvement and leadership.