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10th Anniversary Print Many of you told us after our 10th Anniversary Celebration that you would like a copy of the print unvailed at the Gala.  We heard you and now have available a limited supply of prints

The print was created by local artist, J. Stacy Utley, and presented to our Co-Founders, Stephanie Counts and Dee Dixon, along with our Trailblazers - Venessa Harrison, Sally Robinson, and Joan Zimmerman. It illustrates not only our founders but many of our supporters, volunteers and events over the past 10 years.

With your purchase of each print, the artist will sign, number and mail it directly to the shipping address you provide - no additional cost.

 Buy Your Print Today or Give As A Gift
$125 Each

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The Fund for Trust is our newly structured annual giving campaign that supports WIE's programs, initiatives and overall administrative operations.  It is through this Fund that WIE will be able to continue its mission of awareness, education, action and advocacy for cross-cultural, diversity, inclusion and equity programs in Charlotte.  Contributions are 100% tax-deductible and we welcome gifts from individuals, sponsors, strategic partners and businesses at any and all levels in this joint effort to support the organization's mission.

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