Passionate about WEV?
There are many ways to give!
During the pandemic, Lisa Gaede, the owner of the Carlyle Salon, decided she wanted to give back to other small business owners. She began a fundraising campaign, selling baseball caps with 25% of the proceeds going towards helping local businesses through WEV.
“WEV provided me and others the help and support we needed to start our businesses. It felt good to give back during COVID.”
Lisa Gaede, Carlyle Salon
Cynthia Torres is a WEV client and League of Extraordinary Women member. In celebration of her birthday in 2020, Cynthia decided to host a Facebook fundraiser in support of WEV!
Graphic designer Alena Rieger donated a portion of the proceeds she raised selling California themed postcards to WEV.
More Ways You Can Give
Start your own fundraiser or you can to inspire others to give the gift of empowerment. Want help to get started? Get in Touch.
With a planned gift to WEV you can create a lasting legacy and create a benefit for both you and the future of WEV. Learn more about Planned Giving.
Participating in a matching gift program makes your donation go farther. Many companies encourage employees to donate to their favorite charities by matching their contributions, in some cases dollar-for-dollar or more. Talk to your employer or benefits team to find out more.
WEV welcomes the donation of professional services or event supplies that can contribute to our mission. Get in Touch.
Prefer to donate over the phone? Call Alisa Robakowski, Senior Development Officer at (805) 456-2326.
Prefer to mail in your donation? Mail your check to:
Women’s Economic Ventures
Attn: Kate MacNaughton
21 East Canon Perdido, Suite 301
Santa Barbara, CA 93101