|Major AAUW Links||Links to Friends|
|AAUW National Facebook page||https://www.facebook.com/groups/AAUWMembers/|
|Indiana AAUW Facebook page||https://www.facebook.com/groups/21062368413/|
|Indiana AAUW Links||Pi Lambda Theta http://www.pltfortwayne.org/|
|Indiana Bulletins||Fort Wayne Women’s Bureau www.womensbureau.com|
Junior League of Fort Wayne www.jlfw.org/
|Indiana Timeline||Young leaders of Northeast Indiana www.ylni.org/|
|Indiana Officers||IWD Celebration www.IWDEvents.com|
The AAUW Action Fund was established July 1, 2009, following a strategic restructuring of AAUW, the AAUW Educational Foundation, and the AAUW Leadership and Training Institute.
i) The AAUW Action Fund supports AAUW’s continuing goal of breaking through barriers for women and girls, and it does so through member activism and voter mobilization. Both organizations have a nationwide network of nearly 100,000 members, 1,000 branches, and 500 college/university institution partners. Donations to this fund are not tax deductible.
ii) Contributions to AAUW Funds are fully tax deductible and can be restricted to any specific fund or program by writing the fund or program name or number on your check or in an accompanying document. You can also give on line at www.aauw.org/contribute. The designated funds and programs are as follows:
* AAUW FUNDS #9110 Gifts that are not restricted to a specific fund but go to support programs with the greatest needs.
* LEGAL ADVOCACY FUND #3999 (“LAF”) A partial list of programs includes: Legal Case Support; LAF Case Support Travel Grants; Campus Outreach Projects; and research projects.
* EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AND FUND #4336 This fund supports Fellowships and Grants, Community Action Grants and Career Development Grants; Fellows Alumnae initiative; and Undergraduate Scholarship Clearinghouse.
* PUBLIC POLICY FUND #4337 This fund supports Government Relations; Civic Engagement; and Field Organizing.
* LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS FUND #4339 This fund supports The National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NDDWSL) and Campus Action Projects that encourage and train women to run for government offices on campus (“Elect Her”).
* ELEANOR ROOSEVELT FUND #9170 This fund supports the AAUW research reports such as STEM (“Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics”;), “Behind the Pay Gap”; “Hostile Hallways”; and, “How Schools Short Change Girls”.