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Sweet Success 2020 | Oct. 22

Please join us for the 2020 Sweet Success fundraising celebration where WE provide the show, and YOU provide the support! While Covid-19 prevents us from gathering in person, we’re going virtual to celebrate the successes of women, children and families who are served by YWCA St. Paul.

Plan to ‘pop’ in over your lunch hour—we’ll share exercise and relaxation tips, mix it up with a local chef and introduce you to some of the people, programs, and places of YWCA St. Paul.

Event Details

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Log in: 11:45 a.m. CT

Program will be held on Zoom and will start promptly at Noon

RSVP

RSVP by October 12, 2020 – visit ywcastpaul.org/sweetsuccess/rsvp to reserve your spot

Once you’re registered, we’ll email you a link to join us October 22.

*There is no fee to register for this event, but please consider making a suggested donation of $150. All proceeds will benefit YWCA St. Paul which is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

Learn More

Visit the Sweet Success landing page to read about our Change Maker Honoree, Representative Rena Moran; more event program details; reserve your spot or make a donation; see our event sponsors and photos from last year’s in-person event.

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