We are looking forward to seeing you in person for our 2022 Wildflower Run on March 27! The Wildflower Run is our only fundraiser, raising money for scholarships, community grants, and leadership programs for women and girls. Go to Wildflower Run to learn more.
We are excited to be planning for participation in Morgan Hill's 2021 4th of July Parade! All members are invited to join us. We will be joined by Scholarship recipients, Tech Trek participants, Young Women Leaders, Speech Trek participants, and other community members we have engaged with in our activities. Our "uniform" will be
Submit your original design for our 2022 Wildflower Run t-shirts. Your design will also be used for our promotional materials. Anyone is eligible to submit a design. Design submission deadline: September 15, 2021. DESIGN GUIDELINES
May - June issue of AAUW Morgan Hill's Wildflower Newsletter is now available on our website. Topics include: Wildflower Run & Photos President's Message June 6 Party Wildflower Run Fund Update Membership 2021-2022 Officer Bios Speech Trek Semi-Finals Tech Trek Letter to MH City Council New Interest Group Friendship & Travel WILDFLOWER NEWSLETTER
Morgan Hill Mayor pro-tem John McKay is requesting volunteers for the Safeway/Albertson’s Company vaccination clinics (thanks to ex-councilmember Larry Carr). Dates are Monday April 26-Thursday, April 29; Saturday, May 1; and Saturday May 15- Wednesday, May 19. Reliable volunteers are needed who can handle tasks that include standing a lot and helping fill
AAUW Morgan Hill is committed to women having the opportunity to attend and complete college! In addition to scholarships for graduating high school seniors, we offer a variety of scholarships to women with financial need (and with a Morgan Hill connection) who are already attending college or returning to college after an absence.
Photo by Susan Brazelton Article in Morgan Hill Life and Gilroy Life, March 10 & 17, 2021 editions: ... While many other groups offer virtual runs and present themselves as charitable, just a portion of their proceeds are optionally directed to charity. What makes the Wildflower Run — virtual or not — truly stand
March 6, 2021, 11 am - 1 pm FREE This workshop will give teens an opportunity to write about their identity and express those facets of themselves in a guided and supportive way. Workshop leaders: Kay Arora & Jordan Rosenfeld REGISTER NOW This workshop is offered by Literary Legacies and funded
The March-April, 2021 issue of AAUW Morgan Hill's Wildflower Newsletter is now available on our website. Topics include: Wildflower Run Call for Participation President’s Message Wildflower Fund Membership Election of Officers Weekly Email Guidelines What is ISPF? CAG Recipients Keeping in Touch Grants New STEM Scholarship Speech Trek Winners Public Policy & Legal Advocacy
Photo by Susan Brazelton Article in South Valley Magazine, March 2021 edition: ... While many other companies promote virtual runs and present themselves as charitable, just a portion of their proceeds are optionally directed to charity. What makes the AAUW Morgan Hill’s Wildflower Run—virtual or not—truly stand out, is that we are an all-volunteer-run