The mission of WISE is to empower immigrant and refugee women and girls to succeed through advocacy and culturally competent services.
Who were the people who helped you become successful when you were just starting out, offering you advice and connecting you with opportunities and resources? By participating in our annual GGAL Luncheon, you have the
opportunity to be that person for an immigrant girl aspiring to make the most of her life in her new country.
Come to lunch with a powerhouse panel of professional women of color, including:
$30 Suggested donation
Prizes will be offered for the First 50 to register.
Click $30 on the donation bar on the right. Your donation is synonymous to saying, "I believe in you"... become a believer and join us in our celebration of women's empowerment.
Proceeds go towards scholarships for GGAL participants going to college next fall.
Girls Getting Ahead in Leadership (GGAL) is a program of Women's Initiative for Self-Empowerment (WISE) that provides opportunities for immigrant and refugee girls in grades 9-12 in the Twin Cities to prepare for college, improve academic results, and build leadership skills. The GGAL Luncheon is an opportunity to come together and share our stories, goals, and dreams for the future.
Co-sponsor of the luncheon: WISE, Inc, Justice Commission of the Sisters ofSt. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates, and Rue 48 Salon.
Your support will help further the mission of WISE to empower immigrant and refugee women and girls to succeed and we thank you!