SAVE THE DATE: 5 Fabulous Femmes

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It’s going to be a fabulous and fun-filled night as Demoiselle 2 Femme, NFP celebrates 21 years of service to girls! Our “5 Fabulous Femmes” are Chicago area women who encourage both women and girls to believe in themselves, who are doing the work to promote women and girls in their industry and who exemplify the values of Demoiselle 2 Femme. The Confirmed 2015 Honorees include:

Media: Darlene Hill, Anchor/Host “Good Morning Chicago” FOX-TV
Civic Service: Toni Preckwinkle, Cook County Board President
Health/Science: Dr. Ruchi Gupta, Northwestern University
Law: Elizabeth L. Corey, Business Lawyer, Foley & Lardner LLP
Entrepreneurship: Katherine Darnstadt, Architect and Founder, Latent Design

at: Galleria Marchetti
825 West Erie
Friday, April 17, 2015
6:00 – 9:00 PM

Reception: 6:00-7:00PM
Program: 7:00-8:30PM including Presentations, Fashion Preview, and Entertainment
Post Reception: 8:30-9:00PM

$100 Donation includes: Receptions, Program, General Seating
$125 Donation includes: Receptions, Program, Reserved Seating, Valet Parking
Fabulous Honorees, Food, Silent Auction, Fashion, Music & More!

 

2014 Day of the Girl Chicago Rally – Guest Speakers, Performances, and More!

Demoiselle 2 Femme, NFP and the South Side Coalition on Urban Girls are excited to host the 1st city-wide rally for the International Day of the Girl. This is a celebration for ALL girls in Chicago. Join us at the Daley Plaza, October 11th from 10a-12p. Check out the list of our special guest speakers and performances below. You don’t want to miss this event. Register your girls TODAY!

Help us make a statement, “I’m A Girl And I Matter!”

To register your group, click here.

Want to attend but don’t want to drive? Download our IDOTG Bus Route Schedule here.

GUEST SPEAKERS

PERFORMANCE

 

South South Coalition on Urban Girls host “Girls Matter” Rally

On July 1st, the South Side Coalition on Urban Girls hosted a “Girls Matter” Rally! Our partners tied ribbons from 63rd to 127th street to symbolize that we not only need to #BringBackOurGirls, but we need to be empowering girls WORLDWIDE. At our “Girls Matter” Rally we wanted to remind every one of the VALUE of girls.

Those 300 girls in Nigeria are still lost, and we refused to toss the #BringBackOurGirls story out like yesterday’s leftovers and trade them in for the latest news headlines and celebrity gossip. However, we have an epidemic of girls being forgotten, not just in Nigeria, but in our OWN communities. Where are the resources and attention for girls in Nigeria, America, and all over? Our girls are too VALUABLE to be cast aside. GIRLS MATTER!

Check out a few pictures below from the rally.