Women's Leadership Council
From a handful of determined and passionate women, the Women's Leadership Council has grown into a global network of some 55,000 members in 143 U.S. communities, and the most successful philanthropic effort of its kind.
The Bartlesville Regional United Way's chapter was founded in 2014 to provide an avenue for local women to be leaders for social change.
The members are dedicated to educating women about needs in the community, engaging them in finding a solution for those needs, and empowering them to make a difference.
Putting resources into the hands of students, families, and high needs schools to improve literacy by third grade.
- Provide leadership in changing lives both by giving and promoting projects.
- Network and have fun within an exclusive community of like-minded women.
- Volunteer to meet critical needs in the community.
- Receive recognition in our community as a member of a caring and committed group of women.
How Do I Become a Member?
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Can I Just Volunteer?
Yes! You don't have to be a member of Women's Leadership Council to volunteer to help with the projects. Either call our office or fill out the form below to express an interest in volunteering.
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