Contact Us for Women’s Empowerment and More
Are you interested in learning more about Women of Infinite Possibilities and all of the different programs we have to offer each year? Feel free to contact us today! Give us a call, or fill out the simple forms here. Read through our programs, news, and of course, the FAQ below for additional information. We look forward to hearing from you!
WIP is the acronym for Women of Infinite Possibilities, our organization.
- Entry into general meetings with dynamic speakers
- Entry into the many WIP adventures, PEG group, and women’s retreat
- Sponsorship at meetings
- Participation in Fundraising Table – a limited number of WIP members are allowed to display a few items for sale at general meetings on our Fundraising Table. 10 percent of sales are donated to the WIP for community projects. To sign up for a turn at displaying your wares on the Fundraising Table, contact our Legacy Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Member-to-member special discounts
WIP generally meets every 3rd Thursday of the month. WIP meetings have an average of 30-50 women at each meeting.
- St. Anthony’s Gardens
- 601 Holy Trinity Drive
- Covington, LA 70433
Annual membership dues are $60 per year, and can be paid online or by check.
In addition to the membership dues, WIP collects a $10 fee when attending a WIP monthly meeting to cover the cost of the meeting room and expenses. All guests attend their first meeting free! Fees for WIP monthly meetings and other events can be paid online through our website. Simply print your ticket and bright it with you to the event!
PEGs are Personal Empowerment Groups. These are usually exploration and learning sessions that are open to all WIP members. You must pre-register for the sessions, and there may be a cost involved, depending on the activity. They are usually lead by our members.
The Adventures are like field trips for grownups! We have a great time and go on outings periodically. You must pre-register and there may be a fee, depending on the Adventure.
The Community Partners are the annually selected nonprofits that we help through volunteers, donations, and an annual donation. Each month, a different nonprofit will be featured at the meeting and we focus our donations of whatever is needed by the group. This list will also be shared in the newsletter.
Community Partners apply annually. The form for this is online. A nonprofit must be introduced by a member, their “Champion.” Each fall, we have the applicants pitch their project to the members. The members vote to select up to five organizations that we will support during the year.