The Power of Philanthropy with Joan Marie Johnson, PhD.

When:
November 1, 2018 @ 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
2018-11-01T12:00:00-05:00
2018-11-01T13:30:00-05:00
Where:
The Garage at the Harley-Davidson Museum
400 W Canal St
Milwaukee, WI 53201
USA
Contact:
Lisa Attonito
4142907350

We celebrate the Power of Philanthropy with a keynote address by Joan Marie Johnson, PhD., historian, author, and storyteller. Joan will help us understand how women, for decades, even generations, have influenced and created change to advance equity for women. From the suffrage movement for the 19th Amendment to integrating John Hopkins Medical School, Joan will entertain attendees with fascinating stories we need to know.

 

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Event proceeds provide Grants, Programming, and HER Scholarships

Your commitment demonstrates your dedication to advancing equity for women and showcases your organization as a leader in the community. Thank you for your generosity.


Signature Sponsor

Visionary Sponsors

Adient

Herb Kohl Philanthropies

 

Innovation Sponsors

Baird

BMO Harris Bank

Fiserv

Foley & Lardner LLP

Kane Communications Group

Quarles & Brady LLP

 

Equity Sponsor

Limit 12,  SOLD to date:  2/  Investment: $3,000

  • Opportunity to recognize a “Philanthropist*”
  • Table for eight attendees at the luncheon to be used for client development, employee recognition or netowork expansion
  • Logo recognition on the table stanchion.
  • Name recognition on audiovisual presentation at the event.
  • Name placement in the invitation mailed to friends of the Women’s Fund.
  • Name placement in all event related print materials/collaterals.
  • Acknowledgement on the Women’s Fund website, and social media.

EQUITY SPONSORS

Alverno College

Johnson Financial Group

 

1920 Sponsor

In honor of the 19th Amendment  /  Investment: $1,500

  • A table for eight attendees at the luncheon to be used for client development, employee recognition or network expansion.
  • Logo recognition on the table stanchion.
  • Name recognition on audiovisual presentation at the event.
  • Name placement in the printed program.
  • Acknowledgement on the Women’s Fund website.

1920 SPONSORS

April Calvert

Aurora Health Care

Arts@Large and Sandra Cunningham

Bridget and Patrick Coffey

CIBC

Dohmen

Julie Ragland and Russell Grabczyk

GRAEF

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Nancy Peterson and Jason Jentzsch

Annette Jacobson

Mary Jo and Don Layden

Ogletree Deakins

New Resources Consulting

Dr. Ericka Sander

 

Event Donations

Missy and Bill Levit

 

Support In Kind

The Daily Reporter/Wisconsin Law Journal

 

Table Captains

Barbara Drake, Woman’s Club of Wisconsin

Chris Grota, Northwestern Mutual

Sheila Long, MalamaDoe

Carrie Matteson, Woman’s Club of Wisconsin Foundation

Johannah Karstedt St. John, Professional Dimensions

Lisa Weisman, Concordia University Wisconsin

Which table are you with?

 

* Name a “Philanthropist” to be honored during the lunch presentation, featured in the printed Event Program and during audiovisual presentation. A Philanthropist, whether emerging or established, is someone who shared their resources for the benefit of others and influenced change in our community. It can be someone from inside your organization at any level or outside of your organization, and of any age.

Additional benefits may be negotiated upon request.

 


11:30 AM, Networking Reception 

 


Event Overview 9-24-18

Send check payable to…

Women’s Fund of Greater Milwaukee

316 N. Milwaukee Street,Suite 215

Milwaukee, WI 53202

 


Event Committee

Donna Kleczka, Chair

Katie Hermann

Debi Miller

Lindsay Ruch

Molly Snyder

Marilka Velez

Maggie Wendelberger

Emily Wright