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Get Ready For Some Neon Nostalgia at Frisco Women’s League’s Totally 80’s Fundraiser.

On April 26, 2024, from 6:00pm – 10:00pm, the National Soccer Hall of Fame will be brimming with 80s outfits, live music by DFW’s very own 80s Mix Tape, casino games, and more as Frisco Women’s League hosts its Signature Fundraising Event-Totally 80’s. 

This rad event is an exciting new concept from our Mother Daughter Tea and will be open to adult men and women looking for a Thriller evening benefitting the same cause- raising money for Frisco Women’s League Charitable Giving Fund. Just like the Mother Daughter Tea, all proceeds from this event will be distributed through a grant process to deserving nonprofit organizations in Collin and Denton County. 

At this signature fundraising event of the Frisco Women’s League, guests will enjoy live music, casino games, cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, wine, spirit and beer pulls, fun photo opportunities, best 80’s outfit contest and more. This event will also feature a silent auction and raffle– with auction items that will have you singing Never Gonna Give You Up.

Don’t miss this special opportunity to make cherished memories, support a great cause, and enjoy a blast from the past right here in Frisco, Texas! Get your tickets today at www.friscowomensleague.org/sfe.


You can bet on us.

Beneath the legwarmers, hairspray and casino funny money, the Signature Fundraising Event is a serious contributor to our local community and an event you can be proud to attend.

Since 2006, the Signature Fundraising Event has raised over $450,000 for Frisco area nonprofits. All proceeds from the event go to the FWL Charitable Giving Fund, a dedicated fund that distributes grants to many local beneficiaries. 

This year FWL is proud to support the following grant recipients:

  • Best Buddies

  • Blue Sky Therapeutic Riding & Respite

  • Boys and Girls Club of Collin County

  • Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County

  • Children’s Advocacy Center for North Texas 

  • Denton County Friends of the Family, Inc.

  • Frisco Education Foundation

  • Frisco Family Services

  • Frisco Fastpacs

  • Frisco Threads-Council of PTA’s 

  • Grace to Change

  • Hope Clinic

  • Hope’s Door- New Beginnings Center

  • Jim Riley Outreach

  • Lovepacs Frisco

  • Melody of Hope

  • Pajamas for Seniors

  • Refresh Frisco/Little Elm

  • Tomorrow’s Leaders Today

  • Treasured Vessels Foundation

Tickets are available now. Get yours today and we’ll see you April 26th with your best 80’s fashion! www.friscowomensleague.org/sfe


About the Frisco Women’s League

Frisco Women’s League (FWL) was established in 2002 and is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting and enriching Frisco and its neighboring communities. Along with providing community services, FWL members also gain leadership opportunities and enjoy participating in social activities.

Frisco Women’s League is an independent organization of women dedicated to strengthening our community and each other through volunteering, friendship, and fundraising.

New Member Enrollment Coming Soon.

Frisco Women’s League accepts new members only during the month of April. Membership is open to all women in the City of Frisco and surrounding communities who are at least 21 years of age. We are proud to say that currently there are over 275 incredibly diverse members in the Frisco Women’s League. 

To learn more about becoming a new member you can attend one of our Informational Socials. 

On Tuesday, March 19th, 2024, Frisco Women’s League will be hosting two Informational Socials at Magnolia Terrace from 10-11:30am and 6:30-8pm. RSVP to attend one of the informational socials at www.friscowomensleague.org/join.

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Tea in the Emerald City www.fwltea.org

2017 is the 12th year for the Frisco Women’s League Mother-Daughter Tea, a popular luncheon for Frisco-area mothers and daughters, hosts over 700 ladies and sells out annually. Since 2006, the event has raised over $250,000 for area beneficiaries, including Sci-Tech Discovery, Cityhouse, CASA of Collin County, the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County, Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center, Kenna’s Kids, Heroes for Children, Hope Park, and ManeGait. Frisco Women’s League is honored to announce that the Frisco Women’s League Charitable Giving Fund will be the 2017 FWL Mother-Daughter Tea Beneficiary.

The event features a luncheon, entertainment, silent auction, kids raffle, candy table, crafts and so much more. 

The 2017 FWL Mother-Daughter Tea, “Tea in the Emerald City”, will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 12-2pm at Hilton Granite Park in Plano. Tickets are on sale NOW. Visit www.fwltea.org to purchase tickets or to get more information about the Mother-Daughter Tea.

 

Frisco Women’s League (FWL) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose primary contributions to the North Texas community are through volunteerism and fundraising. Our members are dedicated to supporting and enriching Frisco and its neighboring communities. www.friscowomensleague.org

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FRISCO, Texas – Frisco Women’s League (FWL) is now accepting applications from local non-profit organizations who would like to be considered for a 2016-2017 grant through the FWL Charitable Giving Fund. Since its inception, the FWL Charitable Giving Fund has distributed $25,700 in grants to local non-profit organizations. The FWL Charitable Giving Fund solely functions to receive funds and distribute grants to our community partners and selected recipients. This structure allows FWL to contribute to more than one charity. It also allows our FWL members to increase personal awareness of the community’s needs and in turn increase awareness of the recipient organization’s mission across our FWL members’ networks.

The FWL Executive Board will review all applications and will select grant recipients whose services align with FWL’s mission and community efforts.

To apply, visit www.friscowomensleague.org/impact/charitablegivingfund and complete the online grant application. The deadline to apply is Monday, October 31, 2016. Please direct all inquiries to the FWL VP of Development at development@friscowomensleague.org.

About Frisco Women’s League

Founded in 2002, and obtaining IRS 501(c)(3) status as a registered public charity in 2004, Frisco Women’s League is an all-volunteer organization, over 225 women strong. Members live in Frisco and surrounding cities and hail from all over the United States, with diverse educational and professional backgrounds. FWL’s primary contribution to the North Texas community is through volunteerism. Members give back to the community by volunteering their time and talents to many organizations in and around the Frisco community. Annually, FWL hosts several small charity fundraisers, with the Mother & Daughter Tea as the largest annual event. These events are always dedicated fundraisers, with all profits going to the FWL Charitable Giving Fund..   

Learn more about Frisco Women’s League at www.FriscoWomensLeague.org.

 

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Are interested in volunteering? Do you want to help strengthen the Frisco Community? Would you like to meet other women who share your heart for service? Join Frisco Women's League!

FWL is an organization of women, dedicated to strengthening our community and each other through volunteering, friendship, and fundraising.  We currently have 175 members made up of 54 New Members, 81 Actives (1 – 5 years of service), and 40 Sustainers (greater than 5 years of service) that are fun, energetic, and involved.  We are a diverse group of ladies that have a common goal of serving our community. FWL membership is open to all women who are at least 21 years of age.

 

Steps to become an FWL New Member:

  1. Complete the Membership Application by June 1, 2016
  2. Pay New Member Dues by June 1, 2016
  3. Attend 1 (one) New Member Orientation by July 1, 2016
  4. Fulfill Yearly Membership Requirements by June 1, 2017

Visit FriscoWomensLeague.org/How-To-Join-FWL for links to the Membership Application and Member Dues payment options. 

After steps 1 and 2 have been completed, you will be contacted via email with available dates for your New Member Orientation.

 

Benefits of Membership:

-Insight into community needs and opportunities to contribute to solutions.

-Interaction and partnerships with community leaders

-New friends and opportunities for continued growth and personal fulfillment

-Networking, both professionally and socially

-Direct impact in our community

-Opportunities for leadership training 

 

What our members are saying:

“For me, it’s about learning what kinds of great organizations/events are going on in my community.  As a member, I can either attend these events or volunteer at them. It happens to be a bonus that you get to meet other like-minded ladies.” ~ Amy Rudy

“Being a member of FWL gives a sense of connection to our community. Keeps you informed of new events as well as annual events that happen in and around Frisco. Just speaking from my own personal thoughts… Not having children in the school system anymore and no longer working full time I have really relied on FWL to be that connection to others and to my community.”  ~ Raynell Kuehler

If you have any questions about Frisco Women's League or Membership Recruitment, please visit us online at www.friscowomensleague.org or email our VP of Membership at membership@friscowomensleague.org.

 

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Are interested in volunteering? Do you want to help strengthen the Frisco Community? Would you like to meet other women who share your heart for service? Join Frisco Women's League!

FWL is an organization of women, dedicated to strengthening our community and each other through volunteering, friendship, and fundraising.  We currently have 175 members made up of 54 New Members, 81 Actives (1 – 5 years of service), and 40 Sustainers (greater than 5 years of service) that are fun, energetic, and involved.  We are a diverse group of ladies that have a common goal of serving our community. FWL membership is open to all women who are at least 21 years of age.

Potential New Members are encouraged to attend one of our FWL Informational Socials held on Thursday, April 14th. FWL will host a morning social (9:30-11:00AM) and an evening social (7:00-8:30PM). The socials will be held at Magnolia Terrace (6910 Pecan Street) in Downtown Frisco. Please click HERE to RSVP for the Informational Social you would like to attend.

Benefits of Membership:

-Insight into community needs and opportunities to contribute to solutions.

-Interaction and partnerships with community leaders

-New friends and opportunities for continued growth and personal fulfillment

-Networking, both professionally and socially

-Direct impact in our community

-Opportunities for leadership training 

What our members are saying:

“For me, it’s about learning what kinds of great organizations/events are going on in my community.  As a member, I can either attend these events or volunteer at them. It happens to be a bonus that you get to meet other like-minded ladies.” ~ Amy Rudy

“Being a member of FWL gives a sense of connection to our community. Keeps you informed of new events as well as annual events that happen in and around Frisco. Just speaking from my own personal thoughts… Not having children in the school system anymore and no longer working full time I have really relied on FWL to be that connection to others and to my community.”  ~ Raynell Kuehler

If you have any questions about Frisco Women's League, Informational Socials or Membership Recruitment, please visit us online at www.friscowomensleague.org or email our VP of Membership at membership@friscowomensleague.org. 

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2016 is the 11th year for the Frisco Women’s League Mother & Daughter Tea, the popular luncheon for Frisco-area mothers and daughters, hosts over 700 ladies and sells out annually. Since 2006, the event has raised over $250,000 for area beneficiaries, including Sci-Tech Discovery, Cityhouse, CASA of Collin County, the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County, Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center, Kenna’s Kids, Heroes for Children, Hope Park, and ManeGait. Frisco Women’s League is honored to announce that the Frisco Women’s League Charitable Giving Fund will be the 2016 FWL Mother & Daughter Tea Beneficiary.

The Tea is held Mother’s Day weekend, making it the perfect way for ladies of all ages to reconnect with their favorite family and friends, while supporting worthy North Texas charities.  The event features a tea-menu luncheon, entertainment, silent auction, kids raffle, candy table, crafts and so much more. 

The 2016 FWL Mother & Daughter Tea, “An Afternoon in Tinseltown”, will be held Saturday, May 7, 2016 from 11:30am - 2:00pm at Embassy Suites Hotel in Frisco. Tickets go on sale February 5, 2016. Visit www.fwltea.org to purchase tickets or to get more information about the Tea.