Subscribe to our Blooming Boutique FUNdraiser Event page to set a reminder for this event happening all next week! 📅 This is a great way for Founders and friends to support the Fund for Women in-person or virtually! ... See MoreSee Less
Save the date! Support the Fund for Women by shopping locally at Blooming Boutique stores from October 25-31 🛍️
During the week, 2️⃣0️⃣% of regularly priced proceeds will benefit FFW. All of Micha Seto's stores including Blooming Boutique in Lewes, Long Neck, and Milford, Treasures in Lewes and Long Neck, Blooming Boutique Accessories, Lewes Wear, Just Lewes, Lewes Gifts, and Bayside Gifts will be participating.
Make sure to use the code "FFW" at the register or ONLINE in the notes at checkout to have purchases tallied for the event.
Check out our Facebook event for links to shop at these great stores! ... See MoreSee Less
We're disappointed that we are not able to host our First Founders Breakfast this October, but thankful for the Founders and Friends that have supported our First Founders Breakfast Campaign! In lieu of attending consider making a donation at the usual ticket price during the month of October. In return, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you helped FFW continue our mission through this unprecedented time. (Donation is 100% tax deductible.) We look forward to seeing you in 2021!
As you know among the focus areas for the Fund for Women Advocacy Committee, has been the issue of pay equity, and recently we added domestic violence as a major concern. We thought you would like to know about this opportunity to participate in a Summit on Economic Justice through Social Responsibility. This virtual conference is the result of a partnership between the Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Biden Institute.
Research estimates the economic costs of intimate partner violence at nearly $3.6 trillion at a population level and $3.1 trillion for sexual violence. Economic instability increases the likelihood th...
FFW cares about the health and wellbeing of our Founders, Family and Friends. 2020 has been a year of coping and building resilience during unprecedented times. Please mark your calendars now and plan to attend this free virtual community event hosted by Siegel JCC, Jewish Federation of Delaware and Jewish Family Services of Delaware. ... See MoreSee Less
Be sure to register for this important event on November 19, 2020Registration is now open for our 2020 Building Opportunity Virtual Keynote! This year's featured speaker is Wes Moore author of Five Days: The Fiery Reckoning of an American City and CEO of Robin Hood, one of the largest anti-poverty forces in the nation. Register here: bit.ly/BuildingOpportunityKeynote2020 #BuildingOpportunity #FiveDaysDCF ... See MoreSee Less
We’re reminiscing on a few great photos from last year’s First Founder’s Breakfast! Although we cancelled this year’s in-person event, we invite you to try our new approach - in lieu of attending consider making a donation at the usual ticket price. In return, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you helped FFW continue our mission through this unique time. (Donation is 100% tax deductible.)
Save the Date: FREE Virtual Salary Negotiation Workshops. Pay Equity has been a valuable part of FFW Advocacy efforts and we find it important to share this opportunity with you! Register via the link below ⬇️Our Salary Negotiation Workshops have returned, but this year they're virtual on ZOOM! The Office of Women’s Advancement & Advocacy (OWAA), with the Delaware Women’s Workforce Council, YWCA Delaware, The Biden Institute, and AAUW of Delaware, is offering salary negotiation workshops that will help participants gain the skills and confidence to successfully negotiate their salary and benefits packages. The virtual workshops will be offered at no cost to participants and registration is required. Make sure to visit the following link to register:
Don’t miss your opportunity to purchase tickets for this virtual panel discussion. We’re excited to be a 2020 beneficiary of the Conversations with Women Making a Difference. Proceeds help benefit women and girls in Delaware.
Join Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library tonight for their second lecture of this Virtual Series. Tonight’s topic: Stitching Resistance - Mariah Gruner, a doctoral candidate in American Studies at Boston University, examines the uses of needlework in both the abolitionist and suffrage movements and explores the ways in which activists exploited its associations with domesticity, femininity, and sentiment for their own ends.
We had a great time at our Virtual BLINGO last night! 💎Congrats to our winners: Janice G., Doris W., Chanta H., Pam C., and Beverly W. Check out the great prizes they won courtesy of Sue Millard, Founder and Independent Consultant with Swarovski.
We raised over $300 from this fundraising event for the Delaware Fund for Women. Thank you to our Sussex County Development Team! ... See MoreSee Less