Empowering Women…Enriching Lives
The Women’s Resource Center accepts individual or corporate donations. WRC is committed to the women of our region, and we ask you to show a commitment to WRC with a gift of charitable support. The organization’s mission is moving the needle for women in transition, providing the tools they need to overcome obstacles and achieve an increased quality of life. WRC also nurtures the leaders of tomorrow and provides a convening platform that brings people together. Your gift of support helps us achieve our own degree of sustainability, ensuring that we can continue to be of service to our region for years to come.
Your gift to the Women’s Resource Center in Alamance County is much appreciated!
Donations in honor or in memory of someone are welcome.
Make a one-time gift, become a member, renew your membership or Join the Sustainer’s Circle.
The Sustainer’s Circle – It’s convenient, powerful and enduring.
Supporting Member benefits
The first $30 of your annual gift starts your membership. WRC members receive our newsletter, are eligible for discounts on WRC programs such as Working Women’s Wednesday, may participate in BookWomen, may attend our Annual Herb Festival Preview Party and Holiday Gathering and may vote to elect our board of directors. WRC members may also received discounts with some local community partners as available.
You can make a one-time gift of any amount and/or renew your membership.
Basic membership is $30 (minimum) and student membership is $20 per year (minimum).
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Are you a North Carolina employee?
North Carolina state employees have the opportunity to give to the WRCAC through the State Employees Combined Campaign. Follow instructions on the SECC Giving Guide. Please note our code number, 4093.
Tennala Gross Leadership Fund
The Tennala Gross Leadership Fund was established by Becky Mock in recognition of Tennala’s years of leadership, inspiration, and mentoring of women. Tennala was a founding member and Board of Director Emerita at the Women’s Resource Center in Alamance County. The purpose of the fund is to identify and award women that exhibit leadership in our community. Click here to download more information.
Donate Your Time! Volunteers Welcome!
There are a number of volunteer opportunities available to help the WRC empower women and enrich lives that can be tailored to a variety of interests and skills. If interested in learning more, please contact email@example.com.