UWIB DC Presents: Share the Love - Wine and Valentines for Charity
Ready for cocktails, cards, and socializing this Valentines Day? Join United Women in Business Foundation for compassionate crafting - with a wine and networking twist!
Join the members of UWIB DC at Flight Wine Bar to enjoy wine, chat, and spread the Valentine's Day love to two wonderful organizations: Cards for Hospitalized Children and Thrive DC. This will be a great opportunity to expand your social and professional network, all while giving back to the community.
What You'll Get:
The chance to win a Sephora makeover and other prizes by bringing feminine hygiene products* for Thrive DC (for each donated menstruation product, you will receive one raffle ticket for a prize entry! All hygeine packages must be unopened for the donator to receive a raffle ticket.)
The ability to make a difference in the lives of hospitalized children - by decorating cards (supplies are provided, no crafting experience required!)
The opportunity to sip and socialize with fellow ladies of UWIB, while enjoying the sleek and modern wine bar atmosphere! Flight will be offering happy hour specials from 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM.
*Thrive DC expressed to us that maxipads are in high demand and always in short supply.
There is limited space at the venue, so please RSVP before February 12th.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Flight Wine Bar is an expertly-designed wine bar in Washington, DC’s historic Chinatown neighborhood. At Flight, guests can enjoy an extensive wine list consisting of wine by the glass, bottle and flights, as well as a seasonally-focused dinner menu by Chef James Barton.
Cards for Hospitalized Children is an internationally recognized charitable organization that spreads hope, joy & magic to hospitalized kids across America through uplifting, handmade cards.
Thrive DC is "at the heart of a new start," acting as a safety net for people experiencing homelessness, unemployment, housing instability, and food insecurity. For their clients who get monthly periods, there are unique barriers when they’re homeless or cannot afford hygiene products. Having maxipads shouldn’t be a luxury, it should be a right.
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