You're invited to join us at First Bloom 2017, featuring our very special guest Stephanie Toti!
11:30 to 1:30
7 for Parties in Dallas Design Distrtict
150 Turtle Creek Blvd, Suite 107, Dallas, TX 75207
Stephanie Toti is a staff lawyer with the Center for Reproductive Rights. In 2016 she took on the case against Texas HB2, Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, and won! Come and hear about her work for reproductive rights in Texas and beyond.
We'll also be honoring our reproductive rights and justice heroes:
Expanding Access for Reproductive Freedom: Amanda Bennett, Jane's Due Process
A Force for Change: Brianna Brown, Texas Organizing Project
Volunteer of the Year: Charlie Hughes
The Spirit of Reproductive Justice: Renee Bracey Sherman, National Network of Abortion Funds
By sponsoring First Bloom, you're making reproductive rights a reality in Texas. TEA Fund provides financial assistance for those in North Texas and the Panhandle who want an abortion and cannot afford it. Join us and be a champion for reproductive rights and justice in our community!
If you have questions, email Nan Kirkpatrick at email@example.com.
Thank you to our sponsors so far:
Cecilia Boone, Judy Shure and Jim Mattingly
Orange Rose of Texas
Debbie and Gerald Barnes, Embrey Family Foundation, Amy Fikes, Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Southwestern Women's Surgery Center
Carol Barger, Lisa Kraus, Lebowitz-Aberly Family Foundation, Irene Mylan, Dr. Robin Wallace
Patricia Fagadau, First Unitarian of Dallas Women's Evening Alliance, Katherine Homan, Louise Hytken, Edie Lycke, NARAL Pro-Choice Texas Foundation, Jennifer Tjaden, Whole Woman's Health, Karen Wilbur, Jo and Paul Wunderlich, Rosemary Villasana
Caroline Barker, Janie Bush, Scott Chase, Fund Texas Choice, Risa Gross, Tina Hester, Loren Jacobson, Jane's Due Process, Rabbi Nancy Kasten and Cheryl Pollman, Nancy Latner and John McLellan, Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity, Leslie MacLean, Sydney McQuiod, Gailya Silhan, Laura B. Wright
Thank you for making reproductive rights a reality in North Texas with us!
The Texas Equal Access Fund is a 501c3 non-profit organization. A portion of your support for TEA Fund through First Bloom will be tax deductible.