Join Utah Women in Business for Good

Helping women leaders in Utah build connections, while doing good for the greater community.

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Plano Women for Good

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Savannah Professional Women for Good

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Birmingham Women for Good

Why join Utah Women in Business for Good


Build new connections

Meet like-minded people and expand your social and professional network with our 1:1 coffee chats, member directory, and exclusive networking events.


Connect with causes

Learn about causes, nominate your favorite nonprofits, and vote on which causes to support every quarter.


Amplify your impact

Pool your donations with others to make a meaningful gift each quarter - $10,000 on average! 100% of your donations go to nonprofits.

How it works

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Join our group and contribute a quarterly donation of $100 into our communal fund.

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Nominate a nonprofit you love, or learn about organizations doing great work through the nominations of other members.

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Connect at quarterly Gather & Grant events to learn about nominated nonprofits and vote for the winner.

Have questions? We've got answers!

Join the Grapevine team this Wednesday at 11:00 PM UTC and Friday at 5:00 PM UTC to learn about the group and ask any questions.

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Tell us about yourself!

This will only take a few minutes.


Supporting the movement

Grapevine Giving Foundation

The Grapevine Giving Foundation plays a crucial role in facilitating the launch and growth of groups in the Grapevine network. In order to sustain our efforts in creating new groups, we allocate 50% of your first donation to support our nonprofit organization, the Grapevine Giving Foundation.

This approach ensures that our foundation receives crucial funding while fostering the growth and development of new groups within our network.

Learn More about Grapevine Giving Foundation

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