Match Pool, Host, and individual live stream tickets are available now. Your purchase of in-person or livestream tickets directly improves prevention, safety and support for victims and those at risk of violence, and moves us closer to a free-violence world.
A corporate or law firm sponsorship of the Global Rights for Women 2022 Annual Event not only provides exceptional promotional benefits and tickets to attend in person, it also allows the work to continue that results in worldwide change for women and girls.
Global Rights for Women 2022 Annual Event
Thursday, September 22, 5:00 – 7:00 PM CT
The Weisman Art Museum at the
University of Minnesota
Your attendance is vital in creating lasting change towards improving survivors’ support in our local and international communities, and targeting the root causes of gender-based violence. Host, Match Pool, Sponsorship, and livestream tickets are now available.
This event is limited capacity and a limited number of individual, in-person tickets for those who do not wish to be a host or match pool contributor will be available beginning on August 1st, 2022.
Thank You to our 2022 Match Pool Contributors
Greg & Lisa Buck
Tim Dordell & Kirk Ballard
Jim Jacobson & Andrea Kaufman
Inspire others to give generously by becoming a Match Pool Contributor here. Your contribution will help us reach our $75,000 match pool goal that will double others’ donations up to this amount. You will also receive event tickets to invite your family or friends to attend.
Thank You to our 2022 Hosts
Sybil Dunlop & Phil Green
Ann Novacek & Skip Durocher
Be a Global Rights for Women ambassador by becoming an Event Host here. You’ll be an honored guest and receive additional tickets to invite your family or friends to attend.
For more event information, please contact Sara Mowchan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Rights for Women is exempt from federal income taxation pursuant to Section 501(c)(3), EIN 47-1861069. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for this contribution.