New York City Women of Vision

Welcome to the New York City Women of Vision. We're glad you stopped by. We are a group of like-minded women who seek to serve the poor, locally and globally. Come join us as we educate, serve, and advocate for the poor.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

NYC Women of Vision Fall Kick-Off 2013

Please join us for an exciting night of fun, fellowship and raffle prizes as we kick off a new year with Women of Vision. We also want you to join us! Learn about how you can get involved with Women of Vision this year. You do not want to miss this event!

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 6:30- 8:30 pm
World Vision offices on 2nd Avenue at 49th street
Light refreshments served.
Space is limited. RSVP today to

Plus we will also introduce you to trailblazing advocates who are working across the globe:

Rahsaan Graham, Senior Director of Child Protection and Education, World Vision US
Rahsaan Graham manages child protection and education programs that are directly funded by Strong Women, Strong World.
Learn exactly how your donations are building a new future for children.

Allison Shigo, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Healing Hands of Joy
Learn about the exciting work of Healing Hands of Joy and how you can travel to Ethiopia with Women of Vision this winter to see firsthand the extraordinary work being done in maternal health.

Keynote Speaker: Cindy Breilh, National Director, Women of Vision (read her full bio)
As our keynote speaker, Cindy will share with us about the incredible work of World Vision and the Strong Women, Strong World initiative. As the National Director for Women of Vision (the largest all-volunteer program within World Vision U.S.), Cindy couldn’t be more excited about what she does. She believes that women are change agents – in their families, in their communities and around the world. And she is passionate that empowering women is the key to poverty alleviation and that God is calling women of faith for “such a time as this.” She is anticipating that this movement of visionary women will explode, be embraced globally, and bring hope to millions. Onward and upward!

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