Women’s Philanthropy is wrapping up yet another successful year, which we’ll celebrate at our May 27th closing event, The Art of Caring. Whether you’re a regular at WP events, or you’re new and want to learn more about what Women’s Philanthropy is all about, we hope you’ll join us. Hurry though—space is limited!

Not convinced that Women’s Philanthropy is right for you? Trust us, WP has something for everyone. Here are just five of the infinite reasons women love WP:

Causes That Matter

From youth education to social justice, from disability inclusion to alleviating poverty, and from elder care to supporting Jewish communities overseas, you’ll have an opportunity to make a positive impact on the causes that mean the most to you.

Vibrant Jewish Community

Greater Boston and the North Shore have vibrant Jewish communities with exciting opportunities to get involved. Meet new and inspiring women and expand your networks.

Lifelong Friendships

Over and over, Women’s Philanthropy brings women together to form friendships that last a lifetime. Long-time participants have the opportunity to strengthen bonds while doing good for their community. New attendees are welcomed with open arms by women with the same interests and passion for having a great time while making our world a better place.

Inspiring Events

From hands-on volunteering opportunities to fascinating speaker panels, Women’s Philanthropy events are always fulfilling and fun. Don’t miss out on your chance to enjoy delicious food and drinks, meaningful programs and most importantly, great company!

Volunteer Opportunities

Want to make a bigger difference with your time? Whether you have a free day every week or only a few hours each month, we have plenty of opportunities for you to make a positive impact and feel great.

What are you waiting for? Check out our exciting upcoming events and get connected to Women’s Philanthropy.

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