Vote for our Founder! She's up for an international award!

Vote for the Founder & Executive Director of Women's Empowerment, Lisa Culp. She's up for a federation-level award, which means consideration among women from North America, Central America and the Pacific…Read More

Taste Our Famous Fudge

Taste Our Famous Fudge at Festa di Vino Last year, WE graduate Patricia Carter was an aspiring pastry chef. When a layoff after 30 years in the now-crippled mortgage industry left her homeless, she turned to Women’s Empowerment to help her develop new…Read More

We've almost reached our goal. Can you help?

We’re only $8,220 away from achieving our goal. Can you help us reach it? Let me start by saying THANK YOU to everyone who has helped us. Last month, we received news that two of our long-term grant funders, hit by the economy, could not continue funding at…Read More

Free Peet's Coffee Tomorrow to Support Women's Empowerment

Peet's Coffee & Tea on Folsom & Al Hambra Blvd. in Sacramento will be giving FREE COFFEE tomorrow, December 24. All tips collected that day will be donated to Women's Empowerment, and the Peet's corporate office will match them dollar for dollar. That…Read More

Please help provide a stocking for a homeless woman or child this season

Can you help bring joy to a homeless family this holiday season? Women's Empowerment needs holiday stockings. Here's our wish list: http://www.womens-empowerment.org/post.cfm/holiday-stocking-drive. Please help if you can! Thank you for your kindness! Amber

Women's Empowerment is in America's Giving Challenge—Let's win $50,000!

Hi everyone, Our cause just entered in America's Giving Challenge, which gives us a chance to win $50,000! Please donate today: http://www.causes.com/donations/select_donation_method?cause_id=236497 To win, between now and November 7th we have to get the…Read More

Tune in to NBC at 5pm tonight

Tune in to your local NBC station tonight at 5:00 P.M. Kathryn, a graduate of Women's Empowerment, shares her story about becoming empowered and finding a job after experiencing many years of domestic violence. Nearly ninety percent of the homeless women we…Read More
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