Unleash your social network now! Join The Women’s Fund Smart Party 5.0

The Women's Fund supporter Liesel French and her son Andrew registering tonight for the Smart Party 5.0. Photo Credit: Edward French
The Women’s Fund supporter Liesel French and her son Andrew registering tonight for Smart Party 5.0.   Photo Credit: Edward French

Got to admit.  This is one of the most creative and important fundraising events in Birmingham.

The Women’s Fund Smart Party 5.0 is….

One part – A cocktail party – You can buy a ticket or make a donation and attend one of the coolest fundraising events of the year in Birmingham tomorrow night, Thursday, Oct. 13th at Iron City.

If you can’t attend, let’s say your kids have a soccer game, or you’ve got deadlines at work – Register for the online event. In both cases, you create your own personal fundraising page. And you can do either RIGHT NOW!

Second part – Crowdfunding – After you have bought your ticket or registered, check your email to find the link to your personal fundraising page. THEN – and this is important – you take that link and “rally your friends socially!”  Send out on Facebook, Twitter (all social networks) or old fashion email – your link – your fundraising page.  Challenge your friends to support The Women’s Fund.  Add a little competition too by supporting and raising money in honor of one of the honorees (my favorites are Natalie Kelly and Elizabeth Barbaree-Tasker).

All monies raised go to The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham, one of the most important and effective philanthropic programs in Birmingham.

This is a can’t miss event either at Iron City tomorrow night or at home (you can begin fundraising/promoting the event now – and tomorrow evening you can participate online during the event). Everyone can do their part. Join the Women’s Fund Smart Party 5.0!

Here is a video describing how the Smart Party works

The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham video

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Pat Byington
Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.
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