The Women's Solidarity Society will raise $1 million for NCCHR.

Who?

The Women's Solidarity Society was launched in 2010 for women in the community to contribute funding and ideas to shape programming and exhibitions on women's issues in the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. The Center is where women and girls will learn about the continuum of gender issues - from women's suffrage to the role of women in the American Civil Rights Movement to contemporary gender-based human rights issues.


When?

The Women’s Solidarity Society has regular events to welcome new members and share Center updates.

• Monthly Meet and Greet events sponsored by The Commerce Club in Downtown Atlanta
• Quarterly Vision Meetings to engage new women in our work and answer questions about the National Center for Civil and Human Right 

Why?

The Society will provide financial support to sustain the Center so it can provide programs and exhibitions focused on women.

How?

Women are invited to join the Women’s Solidarity Society by participating in the three parts of the Society’s work:

• Fundraising: A three-year pledge of financial support $50,000 – $5,000

• Friend-raising: Recruit women to join the Society locally and nationally

• Story Sharing: Society members will share their “Dreams for the Future” in a letter to the next generation of women. Each letter will be archived in the Center and will be available electronically.

Women's Solidarity Society Roles:

The Women's Solidarity Society WILL RAISE $1 MILLION for the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

• Women's Issues in the Center: Society members will have the opportunity to help plan women’s programs and give feedback on content regarding women in exhibitions.

• Women's Women's Solidarity Society Wall: Recognition displaying Women’s Solidarity Society names for visitors.

To view our current Women's Solidarity Society members, click here.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Women's Solidarity Society make your pledge now!

Wisdom Level:

Women who join at this level will enjoy the following benefits:  
$50, 000 (over 3 years)


• All Compassion Level benefits
• 8 VIP invitations to the Groundbreaking Event
• 10 invitations to the Women’s EmpowerMEnt Breakfast\
• 2 VIP tickets to Center Grand Opening Ceremony
• Center Executive staff will lead one Diversity and inclusion lunch and learn at supporter’s company or organization


Compassion Level:

Women who join at this level will enjoy the following benefits: $25,000 (over 3 years)

• All Integrity Level benefits
• 6 invitations to the Groundbreaking Event
• 8 invitations to the Women’s EmpowerMEnt Breakfast
• Exclusive Center update with NCCHR Board Members and CEO
• Permanent recognition on the Women’s Solidarity Society wall in the human rights section of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights


Integrity Level:

Women who join at this level will enjoy the following benefits: $15,000 (over 3 years)


• All Resilience Level benefits
• 4 invitations to the Groundbreaking Event
• 6 invitations to Women’s EmpowerMEnt Breakfast


Resilience Level:

Women who join at this level will enjoy the following benefits:  $10,000 (over 3 years)

• All Courage Level benefits
• 2 invitations to the Groundbreaking Event
• 4 invitations to Women’s EmpowerMEnt Breakfast
• Exclusive invitations to NCCHR Events


Courage Level:

Women who join at this level will enjoy the following benefits:
$5,000 (over 3 years)

• Women’s Solidarity Society membership card
• Special invitation to pre-opening reception
• Recognition on the NCCHR website as a member of the Women’s Solidarity Society
• Recognition in the NCCHR Annual Report
• Special invitation to the Women’s Herstory event in March
• Invitation to the Groundbreaking Event
• 2 Invitations to the Women’s EmpowerMEnt Breakfast
• Quarterly convenings featuring renown speakers on civil and human rights
• Invitation to the annual women and girls summit

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Women's Solidarity Society make your pledge now!
"The Center, in its programs and exhibits, will document the courage and actions of women across the world to expand human rights  for themselves, their families and their communities. The Women's Solidarity Society represents the contributions of women to building the Center, securing a place to tell untold stories of triumph and justice."
The Honorable Shirley Franklin
Former Mayor of Atlanta