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Support LWVHC With A Contribution

The League of Women Voters relies on membership dues, fundraisers, and contributions from generous supporters like you to meet the financial demands of its programs. When you pay your membership dues, or at any time, please consider also making a donation. Contributions to the League provide direct support for its mission — informing voters and influencing public policy through advocacy.

Please consider making a contribution today!

Or you may send a check (note "General Contribution" in the memo line) to: 

PO Box 2238
Hendersonville, NC 28793

Contributions to League of Women Voters Henderson County are not tax-deductible; they support our effective, citizen-based advocacy and educational efforts.


Henderson County LWV Education Fund - "The Francee Sherman Fund"

In 1963, Francee Sherman became the League of Women Voters Henderson County’s first president.  She had such strong convictions about the good work of League that she left money in her will to create a fund to provide money for educational projects that benefit our membership. Such grants have paid for guest speakers, the printing of Know Your Local Government, and educating our members.

The current Fund officers are Judy Katz, President; Kelly Johnson, Treasurer; and Renee Kumor, ex officio, Secretary.  Directors are Nan Jennings and Brenda Sherrer.

Your donation will help to educate, advocate, and insure the future of the League of Women Voters of Henderson County.  If you would like to support Francee’s legacy and contribute to this 501(c)(3) fund, please make your check payable to HCLWVEF and mail it to:

Kelly Johnson, HCLWVEF Treasurer
12 Ravenswood Rd
Flat Rock, NC  28731

Any questions – contact the Education Fund president.

Henderson County League of Women Voters Education Fund (HCLWVEF) ‘The Francee Sherman Fund’ is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, and donations to it are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Beginning in 2020, the Francee Sherman Fund will present the first annual Francee Sherman Student Award. High School students are encouraged to learn about this opportunity.