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Amazing Women Soldiers honored by the Army Women’s Foundation
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The United States Army Women’s Museum is Open!
The Hours of Operation are Tuesday-Friday from 9:00 – 4:30.
The United States Army Women’s Museum, located at Fort Lee, Virginia, showcases the amazing stories of women patriots who served our nation from the American Revolution to the present day. The US Army Women’s Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to US Army Women.
The museum is located at 2100 “A” Adams Avenue, Fort Lee, Virginia.
Give The Army Women’s Foundation a Smile with AmazonSmile
Shopping on Amazon Smile is an easy and great way to donate to the Army Women’s Foundation. If you’re planning to shop online through Amazon, be sure to use www.smile.amazon.com. The process and feel of your shopping experience will be the same, but did you know that if you select the US Army Women’s Foundation as your charity, Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase price, and at no additional cost to you?
Simply click the button below or go to AmazonSmile.com, and select the US Army Women’s Foundation as your charity. In order for the Foundation to receive credit, you must go through AmazonSmile.
If you have any questions about how this works, please contact Beth Spitzley at our Fort Lee office, 804-734-3078.
Honoring Service & Sacrifice
The Army Women’s Foundation is the premier support network for you, our Women Soldiers and Veterans. Together we are a strong team, building partnerships for success and serving as a voice and advocate for Army Women: Honor, Empower, Connect… It’s our mission
What’s Up Next
Online Mentoring Webinar
Female Mentoring and Morale Program (FMMP)
The next FMMP Event is
Thursday, 24 March 2022, 6:00-7:30 PM Eastern Time
We invite you to join with CASCOM to celebrate Women’s History Month with the Female Mentoring and Morale Program (FMMP). Frederick Douglass said, “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” This month we will feature four Female Colonels, all currently serving Brigade Commanders, who are excited to share their knowledge, experience, and advice on setting your path to success. Allow our panel members to share their stories of struggle and triumph as they rose through the ranks to become the leaders of their organizations. We hope to see you virtually!
Date & Time: Thursday, 24 March, from 6:00-7:30 (EST).
Topic: “Her History Is Still Being Written”
- COL Toni Rieke – Commander, 23rdQuartermaster BDE, Fort Lee, VA.
- COL Karin Watson – Commander, Fort Lee Garrison Command, Fort Lee, VA.
- COL Fredericka Harris – Commander, 406thArmy Field Support BDE, Fort Bragg, N.C.
- COL Clydea Prichard-Brown – Commander, 59thOrdnance BDE, Fort Lee, VA.
To access the Zoom link, you must register in advance to participate!
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
2022 Scholarship Recipients to be Announced on March 22, 2022
The Army Women’s Foundation offers scholarships to further your education. The window to apply for 2023 Scholarship Applications will be announced at the end of the year.
All application materials, including online application form, essay, official transcript(s), two recommendations, proof of matriculation at designated accredited academic institution, as well as commander’s verification of active duty or qualified documentation of the sponsor or woman’s service (e.g. Dept. of Defense Form DD-214, Discharge Documents, Active Service Documents, etc.), must be submitted and postmarked by as directed by the deadline.
Watch our social media for scholarship opportunities.
2022 Scholarship Awards and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
2022 Hall of Fame Ceremony
Join Us Virtually!
Tuesday, March 22, 2022, 14:00 EST
The Army Women’s Foundation recognizes the extraordinary achievements of Army women and those who support them. Join us for the 2022 Hall of Fame Ceremony on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 2:00 PM, at the National Museum of the United States Army, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Save the Date!
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