AAUW-NN offers a day for middle school girls to learn about potential careers and meet women business owners.
Take a look at photos from previous events.
Ask Jane Hecker or Beverly Siirila how to get involved!
Kids4AfghanKids is a non-profit organization in Michigan started by a group of middle school students in Northville with the goal of helping to improve the lives of children in Afghanistan.
Since the organization began in 1998, students along with guidance from their teachers and AAUW-NN donations, have successfully raised funds that have supported the building of three schools, an orphanage, a medical clinic and a community well in the Wonkhai Valley, located three hours from Kabul.
Ask Nitya Chandran how to get involved!
This program, the Branch’s newest initiative is for 2nd and 3rd graders in Northville and Novi schools.
Spring workshops with the students from Novi will be held in March, on the first 3 Saturdays from 12-3.
We have lots of pictures of past years events.
Please contact Jane Hecker about becoming involved.
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Pat Noworyta is the contact.
Branch members developed a research project that revealed the Northville and Novi school libraries were short on books about women. The "Remember the Ladies" theme was embraced.
There are now 3 ways to support this project.
- Make a monetary donation to support the purchase of books. Checks should be made payable to to either: Northville Public Schools or Novi Community Schools. On the memo line, you can indicate Remember The Ladies Book Project.
- Honor a special person by giving the gift of a book. We will insert a nameplate in the book and notify the person you have honored.
- Purchase a Remember The Ladies book using this form.
Through group and individual donations of $15 or more, books about women and women's history have been donated to the school libraries following the recommendations of each school’s librarian. Over the last several years, additional branch monies have been given to both the Northville Library and the Novi Library to expand their collection of materials related to women.