Impact 100’s Kitchen Table Revival (3/3)
December 4 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Many social change movements like Impact 100 were created when women gathered around a kitchen table. Those women listened, connected, and took action to create movements that have lasting impact and change. Interested in reading a reflection about “joining at the table” to launch Impact 100 by founder, Wendy Steele? Click HERE.
In this similar spirit, Impact 100 has something to offer you (& a friend): Kitchen Table Revival. Kitchen Table Revival was created by an Impact 100 member* to revive, resurge, and reclaim a circle. Are you busy? Or working too much? Long to connect to new people OR people you love but haven’t found the time to rekindle your friendship?
What is Kitchen Table Revival? Think: book club without having to read anything. Add in: a social change and personal transformation twist to live more fully. Women Together…..Changing Lives.
Questions to ask if this is for you:
- Do you have a circle of women that you miss? [Bring them along.]
- Have a friend you want to know better? [You + her.]
- Do you want to connect more fully with fellow Impact 100 members?
- Do you want to recharge and create supportive environments?
- Do you want to have a group you can use as a sounding board for ideas to transform the world?
**Christy Burch is an Impact 100 member who works at Women’s Crisis Center, former Impact 100 Grant Recipient.
Program Topics and Goals:
October 2: Discussion Topic: How women together are better; pooling resources in our lives, professions, and communities
Connect more fully with multiple participants
Take away one new resource or strategy from the collective
November 6: Discussion Topic: Guilt is optional and “balance” feels like a cuss word
Discuss barriers and strategies from the collective
Intentional time to examine intention vs. attention
December 4: Discussion Topic: Changing Lives; our legacy is happening right now
Discuss what legacy and change feels and looks like in the present moment
Connect personally with the 5 Impact focus areas and our collective power to create lasting change