We invite you to learn more about the NRA Women's Leadership Forum and join our vibrant, growing community of women committed to the Second Amendment.
Here are a few frequently asked questions about the NRA Women's Leadership Forum and how to become involved:
Q: What is the NRA Women's Leadership Forum?
A:Women play a vital role in the life of the NRA, and in protecting our cherished freedoms for future generations.
The NRA Women's Leadership Forum is a special recognition society that annually honors the contributions of women supporting the NRA at the highest levels through generous philanthropic giving.
This network-the only philanthropic society of its kind within the NRA and the only one specifically for women-recognizes the contributions of these vibrant, influential women from across the United States who share a passion for protecting the Second Amendment.
Q: What benefits are associated with recognition in the NRA Women's Leadership Forum?
A: Ladies who qualify for recognition in the NRA Women's Leadership Forum are invited to experience many unique and exciting opportunities throughout the year, including VIP invitations to national events; special access to meet and hear from national Second Amendment advocates and NRA leaders; invitations to women's-only hunts and shooting training led by some of the nation's most acclaimed instructors; and opportunities for networking, socializing and meeting new friend
Q: Who are the women in the NRA Women's Leadership Forum?
A: NRA WLF members come from all backgrounds and represent all regions of the United States. They are philanthropists and volunteers; CEOs, business owners, industry women and working professionals; competitive and recreational shooters; grandmothers, mothers and daughters; retirees and stay-at-home moms. They hunt, shoot for sport or have mastered firearms for personal protection; some are beginners; and still others don't own guns but care deeply about our Constitutional rights. They all come together around a shared passion for protecting our cherished Second Amendment freedom.
Q: How do I join?
A:Your annual gift of $1,000 or more to any NRA entity-either made individually or with a spouse-qualifies you for recognition in the NRA Ring of Freedom giving society. Women who are part of the NRA Ring of Freedom society also are recognized through the NRA Women's Leadership Forum.
Q: What's the difference between the NRA Ring of Freedom and the NRA Women's Leadership Forum?
A: The NRA Ring of Freedom recognizes the NRA's most generous donors who give $1,000 or more annually to any NRA entity. Women who give at this level, either individually or as part of a married couple, also are recognized as members of the NRA Women's Leadership Forum, a philanthropic recognition society just for women.