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BMW Drive for a Cause
Help WIP adopt two families this Christmas!
Women in Philanthropy is adopting two single-parent homeless families at Family Shelter​ for Christmas! There are still needs and wishes left ungranted for these families, and, if you act fast, there is still time to be a champion for them! The deadline to drop off your gifts is this Monday the 19th 

If you would like to sign up to make Christmas a little brighter for these families by providing a gift, please add your name to the
spreadsheet and also email WIP Coordinator Sarah Brennecke to let her know how to best reach you.

Please drop off your wrapped gift(s) at United Way of the Midlands (1818 Blanding St.)

Click here for more information.
WIP and Wine July 2016
Thank you to all who joined us for our Leadership Breakfast!

Special thanks to our humble and phenomenal guest speakers Rozalynn Goodwin (SCHA) and her daughter, Gabrielle, creator and CEO of Gabby Bows: The Double-Face Double-Snap Barrette for reminding us that our wildest dreams just may be possible if we have faith, work hard and never give up. Not only is Gabrielle sweet, charming and remarkably well spoken, but at age 10, she is the youngest ever recipient of the SC Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Rozalynn beamed with pride as she shared with us some valuable tips for helping our daughters and young women in our lives realize their fullest potential and wildest dreams.

We also announced our
2017 grant recipients who are dedicated to creating positive, measurable, long-term change in the lives of women and children in our community.

Last but not least, thank you to our sponsors for making this special event possible: Supporting Sponsors - Jean Danner and SC Medical Association; Event Sponsors - BB&T and McNair Law Firm, PA; Host Sponsors - AgFirst Farm Credit Bank, Mary Griffin (Long Term Care Insurance Agent), Melanie Baker and SC Power Team; Founding Sponsor - Charlotte Berry.