Thank you for supporting Women's March Chicago and March to the Polls 2018.
March to the Polls 2018, and the programming that will follow throughout 2018, is the strategic priority for the Women’s March Chicago Education Fund. This fund is used to educate and activate women and allies to participate in civic life. The focus is to encourage women to learn and engage to effect change in Chicago and across Illinois.
Your support makes March to the Polls 2018 possible. To learn more, visit our website, or join our Facebook group.
If you would like to make an offline gift, please note that checks should be made out to Chicago Foundation for Women with Women’s March Chicago in the memo line. Please print this form (PDF) to include with your check, and it mail to:
Chicago Foundation for Women140 South Dearborn Street, Suite 400Chicago, IL 60603
Chicago Foundation for Women acts as the fiscal sponsor for the Women’s March Chicago Education Fund. Your tax deductible donation will appear as a donation to Chicago Foundation for Women.
Contributions to Chicago Foundation for Women are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Chicago Foundation for Women is a public foundation that has been designated a 501 (c)(3) agency. Funds are professionally managed and carefully allocated to maximize the benefits to women and girls throughout metropolitan Chicago. Click here to see more ways to give.
We hope to see you at March to the Polls on January 20, 2018 in Chicago, where we celebrate the spirit of the resistance efforts over the past year and unite to focus on the 2018 elections and beyond.
To let us know you are coming, please register yourself or your group here.
Help us spread the word! Logistics and volunteer information, and much more, is available on our website: www.womensmarchchicago.org
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