US Women Connect, Inc. is a 26 year-old 501(c)3 Nonprofit Foundation. Our mission is to improve community health, inspire grassroots change, and unite civic action. Our guiding measure of success is the health of women, children, and families.
To create a Frequency of Healing in America through music, unity, and food; and to have fun doing it! To restore our collective power and to mend what is broken. Partners include the United Nations for Women, the Women's Intercultural Network, and the US Women's Caucus at the United Nations for Women. [photo: Emily Mohler]
Headlining musicians, farmers, and music that heals. Corporate sponsorship and donation ticketing mean all people can attend, regardless of ability to pay.
26 years ago, based on the historic Fourth World Conference on Women, in Beijing, US Women Connect was born. In 1996, it became a federally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Its founder, Marilyn Fowler, believed a "trail of light" could be built, one woman at a time, and one American state at a time. She dedicated her life to listening to every corner of the country, including migrant farm workers, women from different cultures, and women of varying ages, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds. Diversity was her hallmark. Along with other co-leaders, this diversity was organized and blended into one cohesive voice: for powerful change. Together, these ideas formed the US Women's Agenda, and were brought directly to policymakers, legislators, and the US Congress. Additionally, she accredited the organization with the United Nations for Women, spearheaded the US Women's Caucus at the United Nations, and founded the Women's Intercultural Network. This legacy of partnership -- including core guidance from Native American leaders -- is at the heart of US Women Connect initiatives. We stand resolute in safety and empowerment -- not only for US women and girls, but for men, boys, and all people living in America.
Your contribution will enable us to fund new monitoring technology in Restraining Order cases; partner with the United Nations for Women to form anti-violence coalitions, and stop human trafficking. Emily's Law is dedicated to the life and legacy of Emily Mohler, her 2 yr old daughter Piper, and dear friend Cody Nevins, a Montana Native American artist. All three were murdered in a domestic violence case, despite several judge-ordered Restraining Orders. [photo --to left -- Emily Mohler: a brave, talented Montana mother and professional artist. [website photo credits are designated as ET photography or Emily Mohler signature.]
Your contribution will allow us to gift people in a housing crisis with the ability to build and design their own tiny home, and to advocate for sustainable housing and land ownership in the United States.
Your contribution will allow us to organize with American farmers, gift people with organic and locally grown food, and raise awareness about the importance of food justice and supporting American farmers.
Heal the frequency of fear. Support the gift of food and music for a cause.
Help make our lobby efforts a reality in your state and at the federal level.
Designate the issue of your choice and help us cover costs related to event planning, logistics, and artist contracts.
Become a supporting member of the frequency51 tour. Receive updates on events in your state and all upcoming events.
Thank you for your support. Donations are 100% tax deductible / EIN 52-2194291