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Women of Global Change Hosts its First National Conference

The Women of Global Change hosts the first annual national conference and made many ground-breaking announcements.

LAGUNA HILLS, Calif., Oct. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Women of Global Change hosted its first annual national conference at the Blind Center of Nevada and the Stratosphere Hotel. WGC is an international non-profit and social impact organization whose work to empower women and children has touched over 100,000 families globally. WGC facilitates domestic and international service projects such as the building of school in rural areas and the refurbishing of safe houses for survivors of domestic abuse. WGC have been honored by the U.S. Senate and have received four consecutive White House awards for the work they have accomplished and the projects they continue to pursue.
The first annual conference included three days of networking, knowledge, and service as we gathered like-minded leaders and experts from around the globe in the name of collaboration and change. During the conference, the charity made many ground-breaking announcements, including the addition of Frank Shankwitz. one of the founders of the Make a Wish Foundation, to their foundational board. Additionally, the National Conference consisted of a VIP Awards Gala, a service project at a local Las Vegas school, and an energetic performance by a Vegas-style Lady Gaga impersonator whose spot-on performance seemed to of fooled the MC.
The majority of the donations collected from the event's silent and live auctions were pledged to the Las Vegas Metro PD Santa Cops program which provides holiday gifts to children in need and the remainder will go to the organization's various international humanitarian projects.
The WGC first national conference was a masterclass in empowering those in need and coming together in camaraderie to make a lasting impact on our local and global communities. The last day of the conference will consist of a group service project at a local public elementary school for kids grades three to five to provide an additional class area.

SOURCE Women of Global Change LLC