International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women’s past, present and future. In some places like China, Poland, Russia, Vietnam and Bulgaria, International Women's Day is a national holiday. On the 8th of March, thousands of events are held throughout the world to inspire women and celebrate their achievements.
You are cordially invited to participate as a sponsor for the 103rd Anniversary Celebration of International Women’s Day in Columbus, Ohio. We will be raising funds and awareness for the 501 C3 organization www.TearBear.org an ‘All Abuse Awareness” charity. This event, held at Monaco’s Palace (4555 Cleveland Ave. Columbus, OH) will include a day full of activities enriched with diverse entertainment, food and engaging festivities designed to connect women from all around the world hosted by Purpose for Women International.org. The festivities will kick off with an Awards Dinner on March 5th recognizing different women and organizations for their contribution to the uplifting of our Central Ohio International community. Nominations start October 1st and end January 14th, with the web voting commencing on January 15th and ending February 28th, 2014. Please consider becoming one of our nominees and feel free to nominate as many women in Ohio who inspire you though our website.
There will be a variety of entertainment from international food, music, art, a fashion show benefiting charity and a host of vendors. Please visit our website for sponsorship and vendor applications and full event schedule at www.PWIEvents.info.
Be a part in making a difference, think globally and act locally. Make every day International Women's Day. Do your bit to ensure that the future is bright, equal, safe and rewarding for women all across the globe.
Heather L. Tapia Director & Prosperity Adviser Purpose for Women International.org
International Women's Day has been observed since in the early 1900's, a time of great expansion and turbulence in the industrialized world that saw booming population growth and the rise of radical ideologies. Originally inspired by the women of the U.S., German Socialist Lusie Zietz proposed an establishment of an annual event and, with the seconded support of communist Clara Zetkin, International Women’s Day was born. We will be celebrating IWD 100 years to the date from its original declaration by agreement on March 8th 1913 in Denmark as part of the WWI Peace campaigns. Countries around the globe have been honoring their Mothers, Daughters and Women of their cities by surrounding them with attention and love, giving flowers, candy, and other gifts. Due to its timing, this day has always been associated with the Beginning of Spring and celebration of new beginnings. The United Nations - a strong supporter of the International Women’s Day - focuses their emphasis on political and human rights themed events for social awareness of the struggles of women worldwide for equality and expression of hope and empowerment for all. Be a Part of International Women’s Day ~ March 8th.
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