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‘Women of Wonder’ are ready to ‘ WOW’ us

“No justice for any of us unless equality for all of us.”

This International Women’s Day it’s time to make a resolution towards acknowledging and empowering the women in our society. The Women Empowerment Committee of District 323 A1 has initiated one such event called the Women of Wonder or WOW to encourage and support women entrepreneurs in their endeavors.

One of the ways to show our support would be visiting the WOW: Women of Wonder event which will be held on 8th March, 2016 coinciding with The International Women’s Day.

Truly a name befitting the expression it generates, ‘WOW: Women of Wonder’ is helping women entrepreneurs to showcase their talents through an exhibition cum sale of the unique items made by them. The stalls and kiosks will display textiles, sell items like designer wear, outdoor and indoor plants, confectioneries, gluten free chocolates; Host products for aromatherapy, candle making and many more items.

WOW also plans to felicitate women achievers who have been successful in their career and have made a commendable mark in the society.  Tisca Chopra, Nora Fatehi, Pooja Dhingra are some of the women who would be felicitated at this event.

WOW is organized under the guidance of Lion Fatema Bootwala, Executive Chairperson, Women Empowerment Committee and is well supported by the committee members. District Governor 323 A1, Lion Ravindra Kadel along with the First Vice District Governor Armaity Cooper and Second Vice District Governor Pradip Parekh, among other Past District Governors, will attend the event to support the cause of women empowerment.

Lions Clubs International believes in equality for all. This initiative is a step to ensure that the message of gender equality is spread among all. The first step towards achieving equality is empowerment. This Women’s Day, let’s all show our support to the cause of gender empowerment by visiting the Women of Wonder Event.

Event Details
Venue: Bajaj hall, Bajaj Bhavan,NarimanPoint Mumbai
Date : Tuesday 8th March 2016
Women's Day
Time : 11 am to 7 pm

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