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Tomorrow is our Summer Shopping Mixer at Myth&Symbol Join us at 2pm ! http://ht.ly/n4ffT
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Summer Shopping Mixer next Saturday 7/27 @ Myth&Symbol @ 2pm. 20% of proceeds will benefit @TheWomensFund http://ht.ly/n4cJo
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We would like to invite all cowboys and cowgirls to join us for a TWF Rodeo Kick-off Party and learn more about The Women’s Fund YPO and our mission, to provide women and girls with the tools they need to be advocates for their health. Everyone is welcome.

So please join us!

Thursday, January 31st at 6PM
Blanco's Bar and Grill
3406 West Alabama St.
Houston, TX 77027

Band "Miss Leslie" starts at 8pm until midnight
No Cover Charge * Light Bites * Cash Bar
Dress is country western or business

SPONSORED BY The Women's Fund YPO

CO-SPONSORED BY
Houston Young Professionals Society
and
Freddy Goerges, Advisory Board Member
for The Women's Fund


MORE INFO PLEASE GO TO
www.thewomensfund.org/YPO-events
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Stability balls improve flexibility, balance, posture, and coordination. 

Challenge yourself! Try the Stability Ball V-Pass (pictured), and then get the entire workout, here: http://ow.ly/dsIKH 
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Many people don't know about National Women's Health Week (May 13-19) or why it is around. As a small Houston, TX women's health non-profit we absolutely love the idea of having a week dedicated to women as opposed to just one day. Below we have posted a link to visit the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health website and learn more about National Women's Health Week. Make sure to check if any special events will happening in your area on their website.
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Tomorrow is our Summer Shopping Mixer @mythandsymbol Join us at 2pm ! http://ht.ly/n4ffT
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Join us for a Summer Mixer at Myth&Symbol on 7/27 @ 2pm to benefit @TheWomensFund http://ht.ly/n4dWF
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We were so excited to be on Debra Duncan's Great Day Houston show this morning!
Special thanks to everyone who attended in support of the TWF! =)
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Help us in our efforts to raise more money for The Women's Fund for Health Education and Research by using GoodSearch.com, a website which makes raising money for our cause incredibly easy! GoodSearch.com is a Yahoo!-powered search engine which donates about a penny per search to your nonprofit.

GoodSearch.com also has an online shopping portal called GoodShop.com, which works with more than 2,500 stores (including Amazon, Apple, Target and Macy's) to donate a percentage of your purchase to our cause. And, GoodShop.com has coupons worth $2 million in savings so you can save money while giving back.

Click the link below to learn more!
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The Women's Fund for Health Education and Research, the JLR Foundation and Dr. Pam Soliman of M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas bring you a FREE interactive webinar on what you should know about the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.

For more information about the JLR Foundation please go to www.jlrfoundation.org

FREE WEBINAR:The Truth about Ovarian Cancer: Prevention and Management
12pm CT on Wednesday, September 19, 2012

To sign up please follow the link below.
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Providing Houston area women and girls with the tools they need to be advocates for their health.
Introduction
Founded in 1979, The Women’s Fund has provided over 30 years of service to the women and girls of the Houston area. The purpose of The Women’s Fund, a 501(c)3 not for profit organization, is to support medical research which concentrates on the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of women; to enhance health education through the dissemination of the most current medical information available; and to encourage women to take individual initiatives in establishing good personal health habits that prevent illness and promote enjoyment of an enriched life.

The Women’s Fund actively engages in community collaborations to ensure publications are relevant and meet the needs of the specific audiences.