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ANNUAL DINNER MEETING

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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

5:00 - 7:00 PM.

Maybury State Park, Northville MI

Oak Picnic Shelter

Reservations are now closed.

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Celebrating 45 Years

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In New Ways and New Directions

Click the "Donate" button for your contribution to the 45th Anniversary Challenge.

Thank you to those that have pledged during our AAUWNN 45th Anniversary Challenge. Your gift is vital to continuing our mission to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and philanthropy.

Please send your gift by May 1. You can write a check or pay with a credit card via PayPal.

Checks are to be made out to AAUWNN and mailed to AAUWNN, P.O. Box 511, Northville, MI 48167. Please write pledge in the memo line.

AAUWNN is a survivor, and we proved it this year when our mission continued through a pandemic when we couldn’t fundraise. Thanks to hard work, excellent planning and membership support, we moved on with our philanthropic work by: awarding four Northville and Novi High School scholarships, contributing to Schoolcraft College and Oakland Community College endowments, sponsoring Remember the Ladies, sending college students to the virtual 2021 National Conference for College Women Student Leaders and contributing to the National Education Fund.

Without our ability to hold fundraisers, the only way to continue our community work into next year is with your financial help. The Board and Financial Development Committee have established a goal of $11,000, a figure which best reflects the net amount of our annual fundraising and the cost of our annual philanthropic work. Thirteen members from the Board and Financial Development Committee have stepped forward as the Pacesetters pledging $4,550 toward that goal. The Pacesetters challenge the membership to join them in reaching the goal of $11,000 and continuing the AAUWNN mission to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and philanthropy. If we don’t reach our goal, our community efforts must be reduced accordingly.

 

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Equal Pay Day Forum

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Equal Pay Day Forum

Wednesday March 24

6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

You may view the recording of the forum by clicking here.

Special guests:

Congresswoman Haley Stevens

State Senator Dayna Polehanki

State Representative Kelly Breen

State Representative Matt Koleszar

Oakland County Commissioner Gwen Markham

 

2021 Michigan Fashion Designer Showcase Luncheon is RESCHEDULED for April 2, 2022.

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Please visit our sponsors and accessory designers.

Click here for information about our sponsors and accessory designers

 

 

AAUW Spirit Wear

Order Your Spirit Wear Here

AAUWNN is now offering branch spirit wear in a variety of styles and colors. We also are now offering tote bags to carry all your purchases home! These stylish tops and quilted vests run true to size, are a very nice quality, and are perfect for a fall day!

Click here to order Spirit Wear

 

Do Your Shopping With AmazonSmile!

We are now a registered charity partner of Amazon Smile! Amazon will donate a portion of all purchases you make, including with your Prime account, when you designate AAUWNN as your charity of choice.

 

Click here to register with Amazon Smile

Since 1993

Welcome to the AAUW Northville/Novi Branch

The Northville-Novi Branch was established in 1975 to promote equity and education for women and girls in the Northville-Novi area. The Branch supports a number of community action projects and we raise funds for local college scholarships. Most importantly, our Branch provides our members with opportunities to associate with like minded women and men through our activities and special interest groups. We join because of what AAUW stands for; we stay because of the friendships we make.

Visitors are welcome at all branch meetings. For information about our meeting times and locations, visit the Branch Programs link.

Our Branch Offers

  • A group of educated women with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Informative monthly programs from September through May.
  • Varied interest groups.
  • Community based programs such as Let's Read Math, Career Path Day, Reading in the Schools, and Remember The Ladies.