What is Women United?
Women United is part of a global network of more than 70,000 women in 165 communities across six countries, all dedicated to improving lives and creating stronger communities.
Through Women United, Rappahannock United Way is bringing together local women who will fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community. Women United members are donors who go above and beyond to invest their resources, time, and talent into addressing our community's critical issues. Using directed gifts, volunteerism, and issue-focused fundraising, these women will "lead the charge and inspire the change" right here in the Fredericksburg region.
How to Join
We invite you to join Women United and become a part of creating long-lasting change in our community. Women United membership is an annual gift of $1,000 to Rappahannock United Way. By making this investment, our members are helping us build a community that is hopeful, resilient, and self-sufficient.
To learn more about membership and your donation options, contact Ann Jones, Director of Resource Development.
By joining Women United, you will make a difference through volunteer opportunities, have opportunities to network and collaborate with key business and community leaders, and have the chance to learn about the key issues impacting our community.
Past Women United Events
120 women joined us for the 2019 Women United Kickoff event with special guest and author of The Glass Castle, Jeannette Walls. We were honored to have so many caring women present and engaged in thinking about resilience and perspective in our community.
Event pictures can be viewed and downloaded here: https://tinyurl.com/WUKickoff
55 women attended the first "Conversations That Matter... To Her" virtual event. This conversation series addressed topics that affect women in the workplace - specifically in response to the changes we have all experienced during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
25 women attended the virtual "Refresh 2021" event with special guest and author of Permission to be BOLD, Barbara Gustavson. Barbara guided the group through mindfulness exercises and creating a vision for the upcoming year.
Women United Leadership Council
Amanda Talbert, Chairperson
Sally Cooney Anderson
Artist and Professional Volunteer
Jo Ellen Armstrong
Mary Washington Healthcare
Atlantic Union Bank
Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center
Stafford County Government