Gathering for a shared purpose, our members build and enhance personal and professional relationships with one another. Together we learn about the health challenges in our area and seek out ways to help our loved ones and neighbors live healthier lives.
Our children are our future. A leading indicator about the health status of our community is the health of our children. Children learn their health habits from the adults who influence them at home, school and in the community. Those habits have life-long impact and get harder to change as years go by.
Women Who CARE will engage with local health experts to identify ways we can create more opportunities to improving the health of children in our area. Through advocacy, volunteerism and fundraising, we will seek to help every child enjoy the benefits of good health.
Women Who CARE is a philanthropic group committed to making a difference in the health and well-being of our communities.
To be the premier women’s networking group in the Fort HealthCare service area.
Advancing Knowledge & Advocacy
Networking with like-minded women expands the meaningful friendships in your life.
4 – 6 member meetings per year include networking, healthy foods and education.
Participation in projects through volunteering and philanthropy results in significant impact for the health of our community.
Location: Fort Memorial Hospital, Classroom A | Program: “Mindfulness & Meditation”
Location: Cambridge Winery | Program: “Wine Tasting”
Location: Casual Joe’s in Whitewater | Program: “Cooking Demonstration”
Location: Fort Memorial Hospital, Classroom A | Program: TBD