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Our Rights Are On The Ballot- Make a Voting Plan
by WREN Staff on Oct 25, 2022
WREN will always provide a strong voice for women and girls across South Carolina. We are committed to fostering an environment in which women are encouraged to lead and to advocate for policies that positively impact our lives and our children’s futures. WREN wants women to have the tools, facts, and skills to advocate. We encourage diverse, women leaders who can champion our concerns and speak out when our interests are being put aside or ignored by elected officials.
Advocacy 101 trainings
WREN trains groups across the state on issues affecting women and girls, while also providing information on the legislative process and how to advocate and lead change in South Carolina.
If you have a group or organization that is interested in receiving an Advocacy 101 training contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WREN’s Strategic Technical Advisory Group includes individuals who have special expertise that is relevant to WREN’s mission and to our educational, advocacy and political activities. These experts work in medicine, public health, law, economics, advocacy, and more. Advisors provide input and expertise to WREN staff and board members on an as-needed basis, and from time to time, the staff or board may engage advisers in projects or initiatives. If you believe you can help, please contact email@example.com.
As we add bills that support this issue you will be able to review them here.
Now is the time to invest in South Carolina’s women, girls, and families. We need people like you joining the movement, speaking out, and leading the way toward positive change.
Partnering with WREN
“Working with WREN was such a positive experience, everything was well-coordinated, communication was respected and ongoing. I could truly tell the commitment to this project from the start. As an organization the partnership with WREN allowed PASOs to continue to connect and understand our community. The photovoice project allowed our Latina women to express their fears, barriers, opportunities and their perception of life in this country.”