On Saturday, March 23rd EILEEN FISHER stores located in the Metro region are supporting The Women's Collective by donating 10% of all proceeds for the day.
Come meet our Founder/Executive Director, Patricia Nalls, staff and members of our Board of Directors at the Tysons Galleria, Westfield Montgomery, and The Shops at Wisconsin Place and learn more about our work and the passion of EILEEN FISHER staff have for giving back to the community.
The Women’s Collective is proud to announce that we have been selected for an EILEEN FISHER Activating Leadership Grant. For 2012, the program focused on Leading for Impact.
Walk Out, Dance, Rise Up & Demand an End to Violence Against Women
On February 14, 2013 we will be joining one billion sisters around the world in demanding an end to violence against women. Join us at Farragut Square from 12-2 pm. Wear red and support women.
From One Billion Rising we know that:
ONE IN THREE WOMEN ON THE PLANET WILL BE RAPED OR BEATEN IN HER LIFETIME.*
ONE BILLION WOMEN VIOLATED IS AN ATROCITY
ONE BILLION WOMEN DANCING IS A REVOLUTION
The Women's Collective is honoring National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on February 7th, 2013 with an Open MIc Night featuring Promising Futures and the Woodrow Wilson Poetry Club at Bloombars from 8-10:30 pm.
Join us, bring friends, for free HIV testing, great poetry, and learn more about how to prevent HIV!
How do you prevent 23 people from becoming HIV-positive and save $8 million dollars?
Today we proudly launch our new online persona at www.womenscollective.org.
Our site has something for everyone including highlights from our many successes at the XIX International AIDS Conference held in D.C. in July 2012; a showcase of our comprehensive roster of programs that support critical care and prevention needs for ALL women and girls in our community; highlights of our advocacy work; a showcase for women's stories; and much more.
A Rally to Demand a Comprehensive,
District-Wide Strategy to End HIV/AIDS in Washington, DC
On Monday, December 3, from 3:30-5:30pm, a diverse coalition of advocates and community-based organizations will stand together to demand that the Mayor and his Commission on HIV/AIDS develop and implement a comprehensive district-wide strategy to end HIV/AIDS in the District of Columbia.
We are very proud and excited to be well underway in our working in partnership with Maria De Jesus, PhD, Assistant Professor in the School of International Service at American University on a DC D-CFAR study titled "HIV-Related Perceptions Among East African & African American Women in DC."