Leadership Giving-

The WCW Director's Circle

 

Join The WCW Director’s Circle by making a leadership gift to The WCW Fund of $2,500 or more.*  Annual giving at the leadership level provides us with essential support, strengthening WCW’s unparalleled work and moving us forward into new, groundbreaking areas.

Become a member of The WCW Director’s Circle with your gift of $2,500 or more, and receive some special benefits.  It’s our way of saying ‘thank you.’

  • A one-year subscription to Women’s Review of Books
  • Invitations to special webinars each year – personal, online conversations with WCW scholars and senior staff to update you on our latest research and programming
  • Invitations to special event programming throughout the year

 
* All gifts in a single fiscal year (July 1st-June 30th ) count toward Director’s Circle designation.


The WCW Director's Circle Levels

$2,500                   Advocate

                               Director’s Circle member benefits

 

$5,000                   Groundbreaker

                               Director’s Circle member benefits

                               Special WCW gift (let us surprise you!)

 

$10,000                 Innovator

                               Director’s Circle member benefits

                               Special WCW gift

                               Invitations to special friend-only events

 

$25,000 +             Visionary

                               Director’s Circle member benefits

                               Special WCW gift

                               Invitations to special friend-only events

                               Personal update from the WCW Executive Director and/or

                               Chair of the WCW Board of Overseers



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Anita Hill
Professor of Law, Social Policy, and Women’s Studies
Heller School of Policy and Management
Brandeis University