The Event Partnership program is designed to provide financial support and exposure to local non-profit events that serve to empower women and/or girls in Utah. Our hope is to generate greater impact for established events and trigger new and creative events to increase awareness and drive change.
Appropriate events for partnership:
- Serve to empower women and/or girls;
- Are preferably open to the public;
- Are held in Utah and target Utah participants.
Approved events will receive $250 in financial support and will be promoted to 800+ Utah women as well as shared on our LinkedIn and Facebook pages.
We ask that recipients acknowledge the Giving Circle on event webpages and materials and allow a representative of the Giving Circle to be present at the event and set-up a tabletop display with printed materials to provide information about the Giving Circle for interested attendees.
Submit your completed application AND your 501(c)(3) IRS determination letter to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 30 days before your event. There is no limit to the number of grants any one recipient can receive.
Have a great event idea, but lacking a 501(c)(3)? We encourage you to reach out to aligned nonprofit organizations to partner on the event, making your event eligible for support. We’re happy to help. Get in touch at email@example.com and let’s make it happen.
Expanding Your Horizons
March 5, 2016
At EYH, 550 girls in grades 6-10 participate in hands-on scientific workshops, interact with female role models, and explore a college campus. Salt Lake Community College values the importance of supporting young women in STEM fields as part of its mission to provide quality higher education and lifelong learning to people of diverse cultures, abilities, and ages.
STEM Discovery Girls Camp July 20th- 24th, 2015
Girls Ages 7-9 years will explore STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) as it pertains to energy and the environment. Get ready to become a biologist as we study plants, their amazing abilities, and how we can take care of them.
National Women Build Week May 2nd-May 15th, 2015
In the days leading up to Mother’s Day, construction crews of female volunteers will raise their hammers at Habitat for Humanity construction sites across the country in recognition of National Women Build Week.
National Women Build Week challenges women to devote at least one day in the effort to help eliminate poverty housing.
Habitat for Humanity of Utah County celebrates the 2015 National Women Build Week by working to construct a home in Orem, Utah with a disabled, single mother and her teenage son. Women and young women from all walks of life will be framing the three bedroom, accessible home from May 2nd to May 15th.
UVU Women & Leadership Project
Thursday, January 29th
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Studies show the majority of girls and women live in a state of self-consciousness, where they constantly monitor their appearances for what they look like to outsiders. This leads to feelings of body shame and low self-worth, which are often dealt with through harmful ways of coping, such as disordered eating, opting out of social activities and exercise, self-harm, and dangerous and expensive cosmetic surgery. How do we overcome this negative posture of poor self-image and preoccupation with appearance? Identical twins Lexie and Lindsay Kite, Ph.D.s and co-directors of the nonprofit Beauty Redefined Foundation, will provide an engaging visual presentation on body image resilience, which their research shows is central to mental and physical health, confidence, happiness, and empowerment.