Help Us Celebrate International Women’s Day!

March 5, 2020

International Women’s Day is March 8, and WiMI wants to celebrate! This special day is about applauding the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world. We know encouraging women should happen every day, but check out our list of fun ways we can support them:

  • Support a woman owned business
  • Read a great book by a female author
  • Watch an amazing film by a female director
  • Donate to your local women’s shelter
  • Do something kind for a woman you love
  • Celebrate the women around you
  • Mentor a young woman
  • Encourage your daughters/nieces/granddaughters to reach for their dreams
  • Recognize the women in your office
  • Acknowledge those women who have impacted your life
  • Attend a women’s networking event
  • Promote more young women into our industry
  • Thank your mom
  • Be inspiring
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