A Seat at the Table: A Fund for a Feminist Future

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Saturday, August 26, 2017 - 11:00 to 13:00

You are invited to a launch party for SBWPC’s newest project "A Seat at the Table: A Fund for a Feminist Future”

A Fund for a Feminist Future (FFF) will promote progressive, feminist political involvement where issues important to women and families are raised and discussed, policies made and legislation enacted. To this end, funds generated by FFF will be used exclusively to provide the tools and knowledge necessary to run for office, seek appointment on boards and commissions or other political positions. This will include presenting programs and workshops and awarding scholarships to qualified SBWPC women members interested in getting involved in the political process to attend such workshops and programs beyond our immediate region. Additionally, FFF will increase our donations capacity to the campaigns of feminist political candidates endorsed by SBWPC.

FFF will be sustained by targeted financial gifts large and small, and by grants and fundraising activities.

When: Saturday, August 26, 2017, from 11:00am to 1:00pm

Where: The Home of Susan Rose and Allan Ghitterman , 928 Las Palmas Drive, Santa Barbara

Admission is free but register at link below:


Keynote Speaker: Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, 58th Assembly District

Introduction: Senator Hannah Beth Jackson, District 9

Assemblymember Garcia is the chair of the Legislative Women’s Caucus and Vice Chair of the Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, working at the forefront of making impressive change for California’s women and girls

About Santa Barbara Women’s Political Committee

Our Vision: To achieve a society based upon the feminist values of social, political, racial and economic gender equality.

Our Mission: As a non-partisan political action committee, the Santa Barbara Women's Political Committee endorses candidates who support its positions and promote a feminist agenda. SBWPC is committed to taking social action against discrimination based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age or ability. To promote and fund these goals, SBWPC provides such events as Candidate Development Workshops, Endorsement Meetings, Cosmopolitics, Presidents’ Circle Luncheons, Community Outreach Events and Educational Forums.

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