WARSAW — Throughout the pandemic, United Way focused on one question: What do our children need to overcome the challenges they are facing? Beginning at 6 p.m. June 17 at Tippy Creek Winery, the ‘Women Who Care’ event will share the answer.
Three bold new efforts, championed by women volunteers, will be unveiled. These initiatives focus on helping kids get ready for success when they attend school this fall. Tickets are $100 and available online. The tickets include dinner from JB’s Cuisine Machine food truck and a drink ticket.
“This event has grown to have a deeper meaning over the last year,” said Juli Eckel, chair of the Women Who Care committee. “As leaders, our women volunteers don’t want to just support the things that are needed for kids — we want to create them.”
United Way is committed to strengthening its efforts to help women leaders have a greater impact.
“This event is the debut for projects our volunteers have been working on for months,” said Tammy Keirn, chair of the United Way Board of Directors. “It’s a great chance to combine making a difference and a Girls’ Night Out. There’s really nothing quite like it.”
‘Women Who Care’ is a stage for volunteers to share their passions and to lift up the work of other women. It is an evening to be proud of the emerging leadership in the community and support real innovation.
As a special incentive, ‘Women Who Care’ attendees will have an exclusive chance to be the first to purchase tickets to United Way’s fall gala ‘Glitter & Gold.’ Visit www.unitedwaykosciusko.org or contact Sharon Sallot at [email protected] to learn more.