October 15, 2016 - 20th Annual Women of Peace Awards Tea Party at The Royal Tea Room, 2719 S. MacDill Ave., Tampa, FL at 11AM.
Your $35 donation to WPPF includes admission to the recognition and celebration of the 2016 Women of Peace award winners,prizes and a fabulous high tea.
Seating is limited. To attend please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Women of Peace Award Winners
1. Dieula Previlon, Texas - Dieula's mission is to help women find a life after trauma by finding their voice and strength. Through trainings, workshops, conferences etc., Dieula travels to areas like Haiti, where violence against women is prevalent and uses multiple resources to empower the victims.
2. Brisa De Angelo, Pennsylvania - Brisa courageously travels to Bolivia to help restore the lives of child victims of sexual violence. Work that no one else in Bolivia is doing. Her work focuses on three powerful initiatives. Brisa and the center she founded provide these precious children with free legal, social, psychological, and medical support aimed at (1) fostering healthy self-image, powerful self-esteem, and confidence, (2) reducing the long-term traumatic impact of sexual violence, and (3) providing these children the tools they need to succeed in their education and lead productive lives.
3. Mary Dailey Brown, Michigan - Mary co-founded SowHope in January of 2006 to inspire women around the world by promoting wellness, education, and economic opportunities. By partnering with local leaders and using local solutions to solve local problems they have directly impacted over 61,000 women through time-limited, outcome-based projects in fifteen developing countries. SowHope is one of the only global organizations focusing exclusively on the holistic needs of women living in extreme poverty.
4. Patricia Waschbisch (in memoriam) - Wisconsin - Patricia worked courageously and tirelessly for over 12 years assisting domestic violence and sexual assault victims. Tragically she became one of the victims and lost her life to domestic violence. We are recognizing her dedication to help others with an award to The Hope Domestic Violence Homicide Response Project that was founded in her honor.
Women's Peacepower Foundation, Inc. is accepting applications for it's 2017 Women of Peace Award. The deadline is May 31st.
Print a copy of the nomination form by following this link
Women's Peacepower Foundation, Inc. introduces Earrings and a Christmas Ornament. The Women's Peacepower Earrings are a beautiful handcrafted dove done in silver and can be yours for a $35.00 donation to WPPF. The Christmas Ornament is gold with blue and white detail and comes in a gold gift box for a $10.00 donation to WPPF. The donation cost includes shipping and handling.
If you are interested in either of these items please mail a check to WPPF, P.O. Box 1618, Zephyrhills, FL 33539. For more information email us at email@example.com.
"If people only knew how hard it is to be wounded, to die, they would all be meek and gentle, would not split into parties, would not incite mobs to attack one another, and would not kill. But when they are in good health they know nothing of this. When they are wounded, no-one believes them. When they are dead, they can no longer speak." ~ Mihajlo Lalic
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Everyone leaves footprints. Our prints are made by the impression of our lives
on the sands of time. A person is remembered for the weight of his or her
character. For marks of accomplishment. For depth of faith. For beliefs. For shapes
of kindness. For length of compassion. For width of personal warmth.
For generosity. For values. When we leave positive impressions behind, we enhance the
lives of our friends and loved ones. We give them footprints to follow.
It can be as simple as including the Womens Peacepower Foundation, Inc. as a beneficiary
of 1% of your estate through a bequest gift. This means you make a decision and plans
now for your estate that will one day provide a legacy for years to come.
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