Community Events

Give to Women and Girls Day on October 11, and the Women's Impact Fund is hosting a webinar on October 11 at 1 p.m. with national leadership in women's giving. The Webinar will highlight findings from the 2022 Women and Girls Leadership Café with a distinguished panel of leaders in the women’s and girls’ space. 

Confirmed panelists include, Teresa Younger, President and CEO of the Ms. Foundation; Jennifer Gabriel, CEO of the National Women’s Hall of Fame; and Deborah Vagins, National Campaign Director and Director of Equal Pay Today with Equal Rights Advocates.

For more information and to register for the Webinar click here

The Women’s Philanthropy Institute has compiled a toolkit with ideas on activation and messaging. Click here to access these great resources.

Calling all sophomore, junior and senior girls to discover the world of construction trades & public art at the Taking Space: A Seat at the Table. Applications accepted until 8 pm September 29, 2023! More information at

The Mind, Bodywork and Spirit: Bodyweight Bodywork with Phoenix Rising Fitness, session will be held at the Harris Alumni Center (8868 Johnson Alumni Way, UNC Charlotte) on Thursday, September 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The session will start with a meet and greet and thought/writing prompts followed by bodywork session from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and is made possible through an inter-departmental partnership between the Women + Girls Research Alliance, a unit of urbanCORE, UNC Charlotte's hub for engaged research, the Center for Integrated Care and the Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Digistal studies. 

Click here to sign up 

Grant Writing Fellowship position with Black Girls Film Camp, Inc.

To apply email Sierra Davis, a cover letter, CV/Resume, and writing sample by August 31, 2023. Click the flyers to enlarge the image and/or for more information. 


Imagining Black Girl Futures


This structured six-week session includes a series of activities that enable the participant to tackle current issues that may impact their mental health and life. The program aims at helping participants discover who they are and who they are becoming. Click here to register 



ProCure Therapeutic Agency, Inc., is offering free mental health therapy for mecklenburg county residents. Click here for more information




The UNC Charlotte Women + Girls Research Alliance is accepting submissions for Women’s History Month. Submissions are open to Charlotte students, staff & alumni, as well as any Charlotte community members. We are looking for tributes to any women in your life, on campus, in our community or any other influential women you would like to acknowledge. Submissions (in any artistic form) will be featured on the W+GRA website and social media pages. You can send your submissionby February 22, 2023 to with the subject line “Women’s History Month Submission”.  Submissions will be featured on the W + GRA website and across social media platforms @WGRACharlotte. 

Self-Esteem Workshop for Youths - Led by Gen-X Learning Community Students 

UNC Charlotte's Women's and Gender Studies Gen-X Learning Community  is recruiting for its annual Self-Esteem Workshop for 10-14 year-old youths and their maternal figures. Do you know of a youth that would like to join?  If so, scan the QR code, or click here to register now! 
The workshop will be held at the Grove Presbyterian Church (5735 East W. T. Harris Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28215) on Saturday, Nov 12 - 11 am - 2 pm (snacks will be provided).  
The workshop is open to girls and gender diverse youths ages 11-14 and thier moms/maternal figures. The workshop promotes self-esteem, healthy relationships, empowerment and social media/media literacy. Gen-X members have been working this semester to create a great event. This event is free and uplifting, enriching, and empowering. Contact Jennifer Byrd/704.490.6725 with questions, or click here/scan the QR code on the flyer to register. 






The UNC Charlotte Collegiate Section of NCNW is hosting a Movie NIght on October 4th, 2022 at 6:30PM in COVLD 4123. Feature movie is "Equal Standard". Priot to the movie screening, NCNW will host a short discussion about social injustice, the importance of voting registration and the upcoming midterm elections. For more information email Julanda Mann, President of UNC Charlotte's NCNW chapter



Truist Presents: Women & Money-Strategies for Generating Wealth. The event will be held on October 15, 2022 at Johnson C. Smith University's New Science Building on 100 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216. “Women & Money: Strategies for Building Wealth” Summit will provide women with the tools and resources needed to assist them as they begin to think about generating wealth rather than just living paycheck to paycheck. An all-female panel of experts from Truist will share invaluable information and resources on topics such as leveraging home ownership to generate wealth, better budgeting habits, stock market basics, debt elimination and so much more.


Period Poverty Discussion on April 11, 2023

Black Girl Book Launch on May 4