When you become a member of Women for Success Portland, you’re making an annual pledge to support a cause you care about. Every associate membership buys bras for six Dress for Success clients, and every executive membership buys bras for 12 Dress for Success clients.
Your tax deductible membership to Women for Success Portland directly support our goal of raising $10,000 to provide 800 Dress for Success Oregon clients with new undergarments.
Of course, there are some perks to membership for you, too. Members of Women for Success:
- Meet like-minded, professional women through social and volunteer events throughout the year;
- Connect with other members on Facebook and LinkedIn;
- Get discounted admission to Women for Success Portland events;
- Are the first to know about ways to support Women for Success Portland and Dress for Success Oregon;
- Receive recognition on our website; and
- Have numerous chances to win prizes from our fabulous sponsors!
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