Fuel the Fund: Honor A Women Who Rules!
Women Who Rule is a campaign dedicated to providing access to dependable transportation through fundraising and awareness. Championed by United Way WOMEN UNITED®, the Women Who Rule Campaign features the stories of women leaders and local change-makers from all walks of life. Their voices inspire others to give and serve their community in new ways.
The Women Who Rule Campaign leads up to a sold-out luncheon on April 19th, where women come together to celebrate their successes, inspire each other, and fundraise for the WOMEN UNITED® Transportation Fund. (Don’t worry, you still have the opportunity to give after the 19th.)
Honor a Woman Who Rules with a gift of $100 or more!
Honor a woman who rules in your world by making a gift of $100 or more to the Women Who Rule Campaign and Fuel the Fund! We will recognize you and your honoree on our social media. Complete your donation by GIVING TODAY, then move on to the “Honor a Woman” form to tell us about your honoree. We can’t wait to honor the women who make a difference in your life!
Fueling the Fund
The WOMEN UNITED® Transportation Fund connects people in the Coastal Empire to dependable transportation to get to work, medical appointments, food pantries, training opportunities, and other critical services. Your gift buys gas cards, bus passes, minor car repairs, and more to help increase access to reliable transportation.
Honoring Women In Our Community
Chair | Jennifer Abshire, Abshire Public Relations
Cecilia Arango, Thomas & Hutton
Carol Bell, Community Volunteer
Heather Booth, Bay Street Realty Group
Moya Campbell, Lighthouse Financial Group
Lisa Colbert, Chatham County Superior Court
Ivy Council, CitiTrends
Stephanie Dammen-Morrell, Hussey Gay Bell
Staci Donegan, Seabolt Real Estate
Melissa Allen Foster, St. Joseph’s/Candler
Jenny Gentry, Chase
Nina Gompels, NTG Enterprises
Catherine Grant, ExperCare
Lori Grice, Lori Grice Photography
Susan Hancock, Abshire Public Relations
Allyson Harvin, SERVPRO of Savannah
Mia Mance, Mia Talks Media & Marketing; G100 The Throwback Station
Mandy Maierhofer, Patrick Malloy Communities
Stacy Jennings, SCCPSS
Vanessa Miller-Kaigler, SCCPSS
Tanya Milton, Savannah Tribune
Laura Moore, BankSouth
Karen Oelschig, Expeditors International
Jenny O’Sako, Sterling Seacrest Pritchard
Meg Pace, Optim Health
Swann Seiler, Georgia Power
Jill Strauss, Savannah Magazine
Jane Vaden Thacher, Vaden Automotive
Cora Bett Thomas, Cora Bett Thomas
Julie Wade, Wade Law and Consulting
Wendy Wallace, Lighthouse Financial Group