On Tuesday evening, October 4th, members of the Women United gathered together for an Evening in the Garden at the Bunn House, a boutique hotel in downtown Asheville.
Laura Elliot, Middle School Success Director, spoke to WLC members about the importance of United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County’s Middle School Success Initiative and how WLC members can join other caring adults and become a steady force in a local student's life. Long and short term volunteer opportunities, that fit most every schedule, can be found here.
About the Women's Leadership Council
Women's Leadership Council is a philanthropic network of concerned and caring women is focused on increasing access to out-of-school time programs, improving the quality of those programs and advocating for issues that impact middle school students in our community. Members donate $1,000 or more annually to the Community Investment Fund. WLC connects members' financial giving and their active involvement in the community to create positive change in people's lives.
To learn more about the Women’s Leadership Council and how to get involved, visit: UnitedWayabc.org/wlc