Women For Change Coaching Community

Rating: 4.88 stars   17 reviews

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Location: P.O. Box 851 Carmel IN 46082 USA

Mission: To bring together a community of support to make coaching accessible for all women who are seeking positive change in their lives.
Target demographics: Women 18 years old + with AGI under $40,000
Geographic areas served: Nationwide
Programs: W4C3 was founded to reach out to women who may have not had access to coaching services and are ready to work with a coach to affect positive change in their lives. Women who have an annual household adjusted gross income of $40,000 or less are eligible to submit an application. The core of the W4C3 program is the one-on-one coaching partnership. The coach and client commit to a round of 12 coaching sessions, which are delivered via phone or Skype.
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EIN 45-3232096
317-815-4647
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Rating: 5 stars  

I heard wonderful things from your board member Tamika. When I look on your website and review all of the helpful information that you offer; it was nice to see women looking out for each other. Since then I recommended your services and website to every women I know! Keep up the wonderful job! This is needed in every state as we learn how to take better care of ourselves.

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I love the idea/mission of the Women For Change Coaching Community. I know the value of coaching and wholeheartedly support this organization. I love that they are offering one-on-one coaching opportunities to women who are in need, those who need coaching most. I know that this community will change the lives of many!

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How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

Life-changing

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2012

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I have worked with one of the W4C3 coaches outside of Women For Change Coaching Community and I know the changes I was able to make in my life from the coaching process. The fact that she and other coaches like her have come together to provide coaching for those who are unable to access coaching other wise is an incredible gift. I love what these powerful role models are doing and while I have no yet signed up to be a client, the information that they share on their blog and in the upcoming workshops are continuing to support me in making positive changes. Thank you ladies for all that you do!

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Life-changing

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2012

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One of the coolest things I have noticed about Women For Change Coaching Community is their outreach to other non-profits. W4C3 has reached out to other non-profits, who's volunteers often make less than $40,000 a year and are doing amazing things in their communities. Providing these volunteers (of other non-profits) access to professional coaches strengths those volunteers making their impact larger than it was previously. W4C3 is not focused solo on making their non-profit bigger and better. They want everyone to have access to a community that provides support for women seeking to make positive change. I don't know of another non-profit like W4C3. They are truly unique and a gift to the world.

Will you volunteer or donate to this organization?

Definitely

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

Life-changing

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

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