Evanston Woman | evanston womens business organization
For the past 4 years, Evanston Woman Magazine has provided our community a space to embrace small businesses, empower women, and contribute to Evanston's Gross Domestic Product.
Last year, I launched the Evanston Women's Business Center. After studying and measuring the needs of women in Evanston and North Shore, a center is NOT what is needed. I recently change word 'center' to 'organization' and today, Evanston Woman Magazine and Evanston Women's Business Organization are now one entity.
As you can see the pictures above Evanston Woman has made a deep impact in the Evanston community. As a non profit organization we will continue to bring the same amount of support plus more as we meet the needs of women, and work on closing the gap of inequity.
In past four years, Evanston Woman has created over 192 business relationships, donated over $32,000 in community marketing, $2500 in cash grants, and $28,000 in free - discounted advertising. We understand the basic need to sustain growth; education, resources, and tools. Our organization goes beyond the basic needs.
As our mission continues to grow, I ask of each you to think about your end of year giving. We are not the big women's organization or the local community organization.. this organization creates more than hope. We create of space of "YES" it can and will be done. Here's to the next decade to serving a diverse group of women!
Linda Del Bosque, Founder
Evanston Woman | Evanston Women's Business Center
Thank you to Facebook for their invention to document our journey and how we have given back to the growth to our community we love so, Evanston!
ANY AMOUNT WILL CONTINUE OUR IMPACT. THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATION. THANK YOU FOR INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITY.