The Women's Resource
- Online Only | Virtual Luncheon Casual
Celebrating 30 Years of Empowering and Improving the Lives of Women and Girls in Our Community
Due to on-going public health concerns raised by COVID-19, we have transitioned our Annual Luncheon to a virtual affair. Even though we have gone virtual, we encourage you to gather as many of your friends, family, or co-workers, either virtually or in person, as you want to “fill your table” for an event that is sure to inspire, entertain, and impact thousands of lives in Houston.
The Women’s Resource Annual Luncheon is our biggest fundraiser of the year. We count on it for about one-quarter of our operating budget, and now, more than ever, we need your support to keep our mission moving forward. As the effects of the coronavirus continue to grow across our community, the financial burdens also continue to grow. Houstonians who were struggling to make ends meet before the pandemic now find themselves on the brink of financial disaster. Greater than ever, our services will be necessary in rebuilding the lives of so many in our community. Your participation is an investment in the economic stability of women and girls throughout Houston. If you are interested in learning how you can help, please click here.
The Women's Resource helps women and girls make choices toward becoming independent, productive and financially stable. We envision a day when every woman and girl has the KNOWLEDGE and HOPE she needs to reach her financial goals.
In our programs, women acquire the essential financial knowledge, skills and confidence they need to make sound decisions and improve their lives – for themselves and for generations to come. For 2.8 million Houstonians who are experiencing financial distress, The Women’s Resource trains and coaches women and girls, meeting them where they are. We inspire financial change, improving financial health, and overall individual and family well-being. For more information about our history, community impact and programs, click here.
Thompson & Knight Foundation
AIG, Allegiance Bank, Bank of Texas, BBVA, Capital One Bank, Angela DaSilva/Elizabeth & Joseph Ivers, JPMorgan Chase, Julie Cutrer, Rebekah and Hao Le, The Richland Companies, Texas Capital Bank, Veritex Community Bank
Laury Adams, Amegy Bank/Old Republic National Title Insurance Co., Mary Axelrad, Bracewell LLP, Cadence Bank/Linscomb & Williams, Callon Petroleum Company, Cortney Cole, Community Bank of Texas, Deloitte LLP, Karen Ostrum George/Irene Liberatos, Great Women & Good Wine, Cindy Griffin, Karen Hanson-Flowers, Hunton Andrews Kurth, LLP, Husch Blackwell, LLP, King & Spalding, Jan Leger, Lockton Companies, LLC, Morgan Stanley, Jessica & Ken Neikirk, Mariela Poleo, Porter Hedges LLP, Sally Shaw, Vinson Elkins, LLP, Winstead PC, Womble Company, Inc.
Houston Business Journal
Mary Lynn Khater, Regions Bank, SJ Swanson
Jana Ames, Jackie Bebczuk, Candice Koedertiz, Annella Metoyer, Janice Stooksberry, Cimalie Zoy
Please invite your friends, family and co-workers to join you, either virtually or in person, for this special event through the link below. There are no limits to the number of people who can attend virtually. To make a donation on The Women's Resource site, go to https://thewomensresource.secure.nonprofitsoapbox.com/donate2020.