Social Giving Activities Success Stories
In 2020, the attendees of WLF gave back to the local community by partnering with Carpenter’s Shelter, IAEE attendees raised and provided $1270 to assist this organization with eradicating homelessness, providing housing and an array of services and home goods to those in need in Alexandria, VA. Click Here to Learn More About Carpenter’s Shelter
Casey Cares and Headbands of Hope
Year after year, the women of IAEE continue to come together as a community for this premiere event with a common goal to give back to the local area in which our event was held. For 2019, our focus was Casey Cares and Headbands of Hope benefitting Inova Children’s Hospital and Cancer Program.
Attendees of the 2019 WLF program gave back in a phenomenal way by raising $805 for children in need through the organization Casey Cares, and also provided 250+ headbands to children with illnesses.
This is a wonderful organization that helps transform the lives of homeless children by creating personalized birthday parties that make children feel valued and inspire moments of delight in their lives.
In 2018, attendees of WLF gave back in a phenomenal way by raising $1,915 for these children in need.
Dress for Success
The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Due to the gracious donations of the attendees of the IAEE Women’s Leadership Forum in 2017, we were able to provide over 300 items of clothing, which was twice as much as last year! Thank you for your contributions!
Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer
Thank you to Freeman for the Vera Bradley tote bags. With this purchase, the IAEE Women’s Leadership Forum was able to give back to the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer.
Capital Area Food Bank
In 2017, attendees of the IAEE Women’s Leadership Forum raised over $1,700 for the Capital Area Food Bank. With these contributions, the Capital Area Food Bank was able to provide 4,000 meals!