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Fall Luncheon 2023
Thursday from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Tables of 10. (If you are an individual that wants to purchase a table, you can purchase 10 tickets at one time. Businesses should purchase a "corporate" table.) Be engaged, inspired and entertained as we celebrate our 25th Anniversary and our collective power to uplift women and girls and bring meaningful change to our community. This year Women's Fund welcomes keynote speaker Matika Wilbur, a visual storyteller from the Swinomish and Tulalip peoples of coastal Washington. She is the founder and photographer of Project 562, a documentary project dedicated to changing the way we see Native America. What to expect: Registration begins at 11:00am, and the program will start a 11:30 am. A delicious Grilled Chicken Garden Salad, breadstick, and sweet treat will be served. (Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Vegetarian options are available. ) Parking Options: Riverside Municipal Parking Ramp is Free (located at 424 2nd Street South.) The La Crosse Center Parking Ramp (located at 201 Jay St) is paid parking M-F 6AM to 6PM. $1/Per Hour with a $8 daily max. Registration must be done at a pay station kiosk (located on each corner of the 1st floor as well as in the skywalk) OR on the ParkMobile App. This should be done once vehicle is parked after entry. Your attendance and support of this event will have a positive and meaningful impact on the lives of women and girls in out community. River States Truck and Trailer has generously offered to match donations up to $25,000 for this event. **For individuals who would like to reserve a table of 10: please purchase 10 individual tickets in one order to ensure your party is seated together. We cannot guarantee seating assignments for individually purchased tickets.** For questions, email: [email protected] or call 608-780-5710
Celebrating our 25th Anniversary!
Women’s Fund of Greater La Crosse works through existing social services organizations to deliver highly targeted support. Powered by an endowment and ongoing giving, we promote opportunity, health and self-sufficiency for women and encourage the next generation to become advocates. Since 1998 we have awarded nearly 1 million dollars in grants to local programs and agencies.
We work to advance women and girls in our community by funding projects which:
Your support allows us to continue to grow our impact.
Learn more about us and how you can get involved.