Why invest in social change?

12.19.2012

It’s the end of the year and you are likely inundated with requests for support. So why The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio? Why invest in social change for women and girls? This is what a few of our donors had to say:

 “I invest in social change because it makes economic sense.  My contribution goes farther when I invest it in changing behaviors, perceptions, and policies that will affect generations of women and girls.” – Morgen Wade

“I invest in social change for women and girls because it speaks to my sense of justice and because of its tremendous potential to improve the lives of women, children, and men across the globe.” – Elise Berlan

“I invest in social change for women and girls because they are change agents.  Women and girls need a seat at the table and an opportunity to be influential and visible as I have seen firsthand the powerful force they are in driving initiatives including business and economies forward.” Craig Marshall

“I invest in social change because it not only allows me to make an impact now, but it also allows me to have a lasting future impact as well.” –Aisha Allen

“I invest in social change because I want to make a meaningful, lasting difference in my community. Programs supported by The Women’s Fund aim to change the root cause of problems.” – Janet Cassidy

“I invest in social change for women and girls because my investment will continue to improve the opportunities for future generations.” – Molly Manning

“I invest in social change for women and girls because 1. I want to be part of changing the world 2. I want my daughter to have everything she needs to change her world 3. I can. I am so thankful for my family, my job, my home, my education, and my health which enable me to make a difference.” – Amelia Menk Brown

“I invest in social change for women and girls because our future depends on it.” – Dianna Kaczay

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