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Help us Pave the Way to Ready To Run Arkansas!

Please join us on April 6, 2017 to raise funds for our 5th annual campaign training event for women, Ready To Run Arkansas 2017!  This three-day intensive program gives candidates and their volunteers advanced tools to run a professional and successful campaign for elected office.  This year, the momentum is stronger than ever behind WLA’s mission, to empower women and girls to engage in politics, policy, and leadership.

We rely on our donors to make the Ready to Run Arkansas program a success by offering affordable tuition, tailored speech-writing and interviewing workshops, networking events, and sessions led by top experts in each area candidates need to be familiar with.  Please join us on April 6 to pave the way for our next class of women leaders!

Ready to Run AR

With Special Guest, Capi Peck, Little Rock City Director, Ward 4,
and other elected officials to be announced.

Brought to you by:

Stephanie Harris    Amanda Denton
Lisa Carver    Alexandra Rouse
Dillon Tuell

Hosts:  $250

Supporters:  $100

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We have t-shirts, can coolers, mugs, lip balm, soaps, and lotion candles! 100% of the proceeds goes to WLA. To avoid losing money on shipping, we charge a flat rate and try to keep it as low for you as possible. We hope you wear and use our merchandise proudly! If you want to see the merch in person before you buy, and avoid shipping costs, you can buy all of the items at Sweet Candy + Gifts at the Outlets of Little Rock. The store receives no profit from sales of WLA merchandise.

Go to our STORE here.

Volunteer

There are many ways to volunteer. Check out the calendar, the programs pages, campaign volunteer opportunities, or the links to other organizations.

Host a conversation about the status of women in your community. What issues are important in your area? The first step to solve problems is to identify them; then work together to find solutions. We have a suggested outline for hosting a get-together, structure for the discussion, and possible topics to cover. This only costs time and interest. Sometimes it’s just nice to get friends together to have some fun and support each other as women. But be sure to invite new people to your circle!