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December 7, 2011 | Sarah

NeW has had quite a year in 2011. All across the country, young ladies on campus are becoming NeW women. These bright and ambitious young women are engaging in NeW book clubs and discussing the culturally conservative principles that are too often left off class syllabi.

NeW ladies are challenging the feminist agenda that permeates college life. And they are doing this all with grace, poise, and in a manner that is befitting a lady in the 21st century.

However, NeW women can’t do this without your help.

Now, more than ever, NeW needs your support. Would you consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Network of enlightened Women today?

Take a look at some of the great things NeW has done this past year. We saw the expansion of our Gentlemen’s Showcase, held our Sixth Annual National Conference with keynote speaker Kate O’Beirne – author of Women Who Make the World Worse and former Washington editor of National Review, and celebrated our Seventh Anniversary.

In addition to our national events, our individual chapters were hard at work.  We started new chapters at colleges across the country, including Cornell University, Vanderbilt University, and James Madison University.

The national media has been paying attention to the work of NeW this year, with, National Review Online, Elle Magazine, Politico, the Monica Crowley Show, and Fox & Friends all highlighting NeW.

Thanks to you, NeW is able to do all of this on a shoestring budget. However, NeW is growing, and our budget needs to grow with us. We want to raise $50,000 by December 31st. Please help us reach our goal by making a tax-deductible donation today.

Thank you for your generous support of NeW. Here’s to a bright NeW year in 2012!

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