Join Cleveland Women in Business for Good

Helping women of Cleveland build connections while doing good for the greater community. We focus on helping each other improve our careers and enrich our personal lives, all while doing great work in our community. We come together once every quarter to network, donate, learn about nonprofits and vote on which ones to support together.

Renee Zona

“I love the idea of everyone donating money and giving to non-profits. The spirit of camaraderie amongst fellow Cleveland females is important to me, as well as socializing together.”

Renee Zona, Cleveland Women in Business for Good

Mary Johnson

“I want to help pour into more women owned businesses throughout the Cleveland and share my positive and professional experiences with a new sisterhood.”

Mary Johnson, Cleveland Women in Business for Good

Nicole Artis

“I always believed in sharing and uplifting other women. From helping with employment to assisting with help for some women and their families.. I’ve help many women with resources for employment from creating resumes, job readiness skills and adequate as well as assisting in donating proper interview attire.”

Nicole Artis, Cleveland Women in Business for Good

Danielle Wright

“I want to connect with women who are ambitious about impacting the community and partnering with like-minded women and organizations. It is my goal to help the world understand and help prevent domestic violence while assisting women victims to renew, recharge, and obtain the resources they need to redeploy safely and confidently into society. I believe by connecting with other women, we can make an indelible impact on our community.”

Danielle Wright, Cleveland Women in Business for Good


“I’m here to pool resources with other women so we can make a difference in the local community. Excited to expand my network and learn from others as well.”

Kimberly Bowser, Cleveland Women in Business for Good

Lindsey Phillips

“I'm interested in connecting with like-minded women leaders in Cleveland. I'm passionate about women empowering women by learning from each other. Covid sucked the life out of community connections for me in a big way - excited to get back into meeting fellow women leaders!”

Lindsey Phillips, Cleveland Women in Business for Good

Connecting 350+ Community Leaders

TerDawn DeBoe

TerDawn DeBoe

CEO at Creative Thought Solutions

Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson

Owner at Vitiman Kandie LLC

Emily Rasmussen (Grapevine)

Emily Rasmussen (Grapevine)

Founder at Grapevine

Launching in the spring of 2022, CWBG members will donate $100 per quarter with the goal of raising at least $10,000 each quarter. We then decide together how to direct our funds.

Cleveland Women in Business for Good

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Benefits of Joining

Make a commitment to give back. Learn about nonprofits, network with a community of Cleveland women in business committed to the same cause, and more.


Grow your network…
Meet and make meaningful connections with other leaders who care about making a difference.


Make a bigger difference…
Pool your $100 donation with 100 others and amplify your impact. That’s $40,000 for nonprofits every year!


Have fun & socialize…
Come together in quarterly events to socialize, discover and vote on nonprofits, and make a bigger difference together.


Continue networking, meeting & inviting new members, and growing your group and impact.

Have questions? Learn more at our upcoming event.

This Friday at 4:00 PM we’ll host an open office hour for prospective members to learn about the group and ask questions.

Register for event on LinkedIn

A new era of philanthropy

The collective giving movement is now featured in a new TED Talk from the 2022 Conference! Sara Lomelin, our partner and CEO of Philanthropy Together, talks about the transformative power of giving circles and how you can join the movement to diversify and democratize philanthropy.

Watch it now and check out the top five moments that inspired us.

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