2022 Inspire Luncheon

2022 Inspire Luncheon

Summary
You don’t want to miss YWCA’s Virtual Inspire Luncheon with keynote speaker Anita Hill on September 15.
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YWCA’s annual luncheons bring together more than 2,500 guests in support of women and families. Last year, this group raised over one million dollars to fund programs that provide critical resources to the women and families in King and Snohomish Counties. Attendees from across the country can join in through a fully interactive virtual portal to celebrate the strength, resilience, and boldness of the women in YWCA's community. Individual tickets range from $10 - $150.

ABOUT ANITA HILL

Women's rights advocate, educator, and acclaimed author Anita Hill has dedicated her life’s work to advancing women’s rights and ending gender violence. The youngest of 13 children from a farm in rural Oklahoma, Hill earned a J.D. from Yale Law School in 1980. She was the first African American to become tenured at the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 1989. Today, Hill is a professor of Law, Public Policy, and Women’s Studies at Brandeis University.

Hill’s most recent book, a copy of which you can obtain by becoming a Table Captain or purchasing a Champion ticket, is Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence, a powerful call to arms from one of America’s most prominent and poised survivors. She also recently launched a new podcast, Getting Even with Anita Hill, and interviews change makers fighting for social justice and equality.

This will be a YWCA Virtual Inspire Luncheon to remember!

For accessibility, CART closed captioning will be provided.

TICKET DESCRIPTIONS

Table Captain Table ($1,500) Table Captains that purchase a table can attend and invite nine guests to introduce to YWCA’s work supporting women and families. All guests will receive a “free” ticket and will be virtually seated at your Table Captain table on the day of the event. Table Captains and guests will receive a copy of Anita Hill’s book Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence, a commemorative printed silky scarf, access through our interactive portal to the livestream luncheon event, and entry to the post-event reception including live Q&A with Anita Hill.

Table Captain Ticket ($150) Table Captains that purchase a single Table Captain Ticket commit to filling a virtual table of 10 (Table Captain + 9 guests). Guests can purchase a Champion Ticket or Advocate Ticket and note you as their Table Captain at purchase so that all Table Captains and their guests can be seated together on the day of the event. You will receive a copy of Anita Hill's book Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence, a commemorative printed silky scarf, access through our interactive portal to the livestream luncheon event, and entry to the post-event reception including live Q&A with Anita Hill. Guests will receive the benefits associated with their ticket level.

Champion Ticket ($150) receives a copy of Anita Hill’s book Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence, a commemorative printed silky scarf, access through our interactive portal to the livestream luncheon event, and entry to the post-event reception including live Q&A with Anita Hill.

Advocate Ticket ($50) receives a commemorative printed silky scarf and access through our interactive portal to the live online event.

Luncheon Guest Ticket ($10) receives access to the live online event via YouTube only. Note: This does not include access to our interactive portal (Remo) or online Q&A with Anita Hill.

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