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September 24, 2013 | Karin

Ten years ago, when a woman stepped on campus she found chapters of the National Organization for Women, Women’s Studies departments full of campus feminists and Women’s Centers not open to supporting all women. That is partly why we founded the Network of enlightened Women, known as NeW, to serve as an alternative to campus feminism and provide a home for conservative women on campus.

NeW is transforming the experience of young women on college campuses across the country! NeW is eager to increase our impact.

September 29th is NeW’s 9th Anniversary. In honor of our 9th Anniversary, would you consider making a $90 donation to help us end the third quarter strong?

This month, chapters across the country are hosting meetings, book discussions and events to bring intellectual diversity to campus. The Daily Iowan featured a story on our NeW chapter starting at the University of Iowa, Conservative women’s book club developing on campus. Chapter Founder Mary Kate Knorr said,

“The whole point of [Network of enlightened Women] is to create a dialogue about how conservative women go out into the world while maintaining the conservative thoughts and lifestyles they want.”

Just last week, I spoke at George Washington University to a big crowd of students who wanted to learn more about alternatives to feminism and how conservative policies benefit women. The NeW chapter at GWU is already planning their next event!

To increase our impact this school year, NeW is running a one-week campaign to finish our third quarter strong. Would you consider donating $90 by September 30th to support NeW?

And would you connect us to a friend who might support our work?

Join the NeW movement today!

Thank you for your commitment to supporting conservative college women through NeW!

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