of Meetings and Events
You are invited to attend meetings!
Women'sGift meetings, frequently hosted in a member's home and online, are generally on the 3rd Tuesday of the month.
You are most welcome to join us, please contact us for details.
Meeting: NAMI January 17, 2023 3:30pm
NAMI Lane County is a grassroots, confidential, peer-led mental health organization offering support, education, and advocacy services in Lane County at no cost to the participant.
Meeting: Pearl Buck Center, Inc. February 21, 2023 3:30pm
Pearl Buck Center in Eugene, Oregon provides support to individuals with a range of intellectual disabilities and their families. Programs include Pearl Buck Preschool & Family Supports, Supported Living, Community Employment, and more. Through these programs, they strive to foster each person’s optimal potential, to empower them, and to enrich their lives.
Meeting: Heartfelt March 21, 2023 3:30pm
Ronald McDonald House Charities provide access to medical care, a home away from home, and a community of support for seriously ill or injured children and their families.
Meeting: 1st Place Kids April 18, 2023 3:30pm
Located within SVdP’s First Place Family Center, First Place Kids is a unique program that addresses the multifaceted needs of children and families who are experiencing homelessness in Lane County.
Meeting: May 16, 2023 3:30pm
Bags of Love -- Women'sGift Annual Fundraiser Recipient!
Bags of Love help children, one bag at a time! They provide necessities and comfort items to children who are in crisis due to neglect, abuse, poverty, or homelessness.
Meeting: Volunteers in Medicine June 20, 2023 3:30pm
Their mission is to understand and serve the health and wellness needs of the medically underserved in the greater Lane County area. They believe that those who live and work in our community deserve access to health care, no matter their financial situation.
Meeting: Hope and Safety Alliance July 18 2023 3:30pm
They have been providing hope and safety to survivors of domestic and sexual violence for 45 years. Each year they serve thousands of survivors and children from our urban and rural communities in Lane County.
Meeting: Hosea House September 19, 2023 3:30pm
At Hosea Youth Services, our mission is to help homeless and at-risk youth in Lane County create and sustain healthy lives away from the streets!
Meeting: October 17, 2023 3:30pm
Annual Business Meeting
Meeting: St Vincent de Paul Girls House November 14, 2023 3:30pm
The Girls Youth House serves teens experiencing homelessness who identify as female, age 16 to 18, by offering secure housing and social services that help youth graduate and enhance their chances of becoming successful and healthy young adults.
Meeting: Eugene Mission - Women's Life Change Program December 12, 2023 3:30pm
The experience of women with addiction differs from that of men. In order to be restored to lives of sobriety, hope, and independence, women need a program that responds to the complex factors that bring them to the Eugene Mission’s door. With your support, the Women’s Life Change, a no-cost-to-participant residential addiction recovery and relapse-prevention program, is that program.
Women'sGift holds 11 meetings a year. At 10 of these monthly meetings, most hosted at a member's home, a pre-selected local nonprofit makes a presentation, answers questions, and then receives a donation.
In the Spring, we conduct our annual fundraiser.
Prior to COVID Women'sGift held an annual Scrabble Luncheon. In 2023, we are considering holding this event in the Fall. If you want to be notified about the luncheon, please contact the Fundraiser Chair.
If you are interested in attending any meeting, please contact us. We always welcome those who wish to visit, and hopefully to become new members!
In addition to the regular monthly meetings and the Annual Fundraiser, Women'sGift has these two annual events:
- August: Donate back-to-school backpacks and school supplies to school children
November: Holiday support for families in need
"... a woman alone has power; collectively we have impact." — Shelly