Giving Tuesday - Support the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition

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Do you read our #StageOpps and #ScreenOpps newsletters? Learn about opportunities for submissions, jobs, grants, and residencies from them? Do you get our newsletter? Find out about free and discounted events? Do you use our online funding resources? Have you attended any of our online or in person events? Do you as a member of one of our member orgs benefit from your membership in the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition?

We are proud to take part in this year’s #GivingTuesday initiative. If you are not familiar with #Giving Tuesday, it is a global day of generosity using the collective power of social networks to encourage philanthropy and support important causes. It is not about guidelines or goals – it’s about encouraging you to support a charity or cause that is important to you.

There are is no population more at risk right now than the professional women who belong to the Coalition’s member and affiliate member organizations. As we gear up for our Collaboration Awards curation and event in the coming year, we see women in every one of our disciplines and fields who are struggling and suffering as they have always suffered, along with the additional burdens of the last few years. And yet they continue to work, create, and give to the world that doesn't always give back to them.

The Women in the Arts & Media Coalition combines our member organizations' abilities and strengths, focusing on issues of concern to women in the arts and media. We are committed to being the link between our member organizations as we collaborate to empower women in our industry through advocacy, mentoring, networking, and events.

Please give generously and post about our #GivingTuesday campaign on your social media pages. Or reach out to us to volunteer, maybe even to be a member representative from your organization to our working board!

Thank you! And happy holidays ...

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