Women Empowering Women

These Local Groups Help Local Women Connect, Offer Advice and A Shoulder to Lean On

Flower Mound Women in Business

Flower Mound Women in Business is a non-profit organization created  and led by Christi Beca  dedicated to inspiring and empowering women entrepreneurs to live their best lives and give back to their community. The group is committed to helping women advance in business through a variety of programs and resources. FMWIB supports charities for women and children and provides grants for single mothers with hardships. The organization partners with local charities including Arms of Hope, Refuge for Women North Texas, Bridge Breast Network, Single Parent Advocate, Christian Community Action and Book Drive for Kids. Visit fmwib.com for more information, and join the group on Facebook.

Women of Flower Mound

The Women of Flower Mound is a non-profit organization that has been supporting women in the community through service, connection and education since 1975. Each year, the group offers scholarships to local graduating seniors. Members attend monthly meetings, have access to small groups, build friendships and give back to the community. The Women of Flower Mound host or participate in community events including its annual Scholarship Banquet, Spring and Fall Flower Fundraisers, Trunk or Treat and the ever-popular Holiday Hoopla - just to name a few. For more information, visit womenofflowermound.org.

Highland Village Women’s Club

The Highland Village Women’s Club was founded in 1970 by three members who put an ad in the newspaper to gauge interest. The group has since grown exponentially and is a valuable part of the community. Throughout the club’s 50 years, members and donors have contributed thosuands of dollars to local charities. HVWC also is a proud sponsor of Our Village Glows, an annual holiday celebration at the Shops of Highland Village. For more information on the Highland Village Women’s Club, visit hvwclub.com.

AUsome Moms

AUsome Moms is a support group for mothers of children with autism in the DFW area. Kelly Andrus began the group when her older son Bradley was diagnosed with autism, and she was searching for support and guidance. Since that time, the group has grown to more than 7,000 members. Group members listen, support and exchange ideas, experiences and references. Participants get together for Mom’s Night Out events and encourage each other with unbiased opinions and advice and celebrate achievements. For more information about AUsome Moms, visit ausomemoms.org.

Flower Mound Moms and More

Flower Mound Moms and More is a Facebook group created and led by Kris Wise. The group is a resource for local moms (and more) who need recommendations for trusted tradespeople, items to borrow, informational ideas and just general advice. Members post garage sales, community events and fun memes. And absolutely no snarkiness is allowed.  The group was created to be supportive and uplifting. As Kris says, “only puppies and rainbows” allowed.

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