The Re:new team was recently approached by the highly professional team of the 100 Extraordinary Women (100EW) with an invitation to partner in a creative way.
A nationally recognized organization, the 100 Extraordinary Women exists to connect extraordinary women with extraordinary causes. It is a unique and easy way for non-profit organizations, like Re:new Project, to raise funds, inform people about their work, and engage a group of energetic women who believe in their cause. 100EW is a grassroots, community-driven fundraising tool that offers women (and men who want to honor women in their lives) the opportunity to be a part of a larger philanthropic effort.
100EW is a grassroots, community-driven fundraising tool that offers women (and men who want to honor women in their lives) the opportunity to be a part of a larger philanthropic effort.
Re:new Project is proud to partner with the 100 Extraordinary Women to launch a one-time campaign to raise $100,000 as a means to expand the impact of the Artisan Development Programs.
The premise is simple --- and affordable!
Through the 100EW campaign, 100 women pledge a gift of $1,000 to Re:new's campaign. Pledges can be fulfilled through a one-time gift ($1,000), an annual gift ($200/5-years) or monthly contributions (over a 1-5 year pledge period). A celebration event will be planned at campaign fulfillment and every extraordinary woman who commits to pledge will be recognized right here on our website (unless you prefer to remain anonymous).
While you can contribute to our campaign, we are currently looking for 10-15 women willing to serve as an Ambassadors to help spread the word about this exciting campaign. To join us on this extraordinary venture please review our Ambassador Invitation.
For more information, email Hilary Van Oss at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are so grateful to the following women who pledged to support our campaign and join our team of 100 Extraordinary Women!
Anonymous (1) * Alicia Donovan * Kim McDonnell * Darci Mills
Jenny Reiger * Susan Tripi DeLano