Are you ready to significantly increase your earnings?! Join us for a workshop with Dawn Bates, our wonderful and passionate visitor from the UK. This event will be held on Friday, June 24 from 10am to 1pm with an option to stay for lunch at Tin Jo Asian Restaurant.
If you are ready to get uncomfortable and confront your long-held beliefs about money and what you should be charging for your time, you need to be at this workshop!
Dawn will help you to really tackle the topic of money and compensation for the work you do. Dawn asks: “if you don’t know your own value, how will others?” She goes on to say that “women lack confidence in so many areas—especially charging for their time, expertise, and value.” This workshop will allow you to really dig into this topic and give you the tools to significantly increase your earnings!
There will be a limit of 20 seats at this exclusive workshop. Registration will close after 20 people have registered. Once we reach 20 people, there will be a waiting list, and you can email email@example.com to request to be put on that list.
Normally the value of this workshop is £200 per attendee, but Dawn has requested that each attendee instead make a minimum donation of $25 to the Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation. There will be an PWNCR event entrance fee of ₡2,000 per member and ₡6,000 per non-member. The donation of $25 USD or more must be completed by June 20 or your seat will be released. The entrance fee will be due on the day of the event.
You will have the opportunity to order Dawn’s latest book, The Potent Power of Menopause: A Culturally Diverse Perspective on Feminine Transformation. https://dawnbates.com/menopause/ The cost is $30 USD per book, and we will do a group order for shipment to Costa Rica.
- 10:00am: Arrival with networking
- 10:25am: Formal introduction to the event
- 10:30am: Because You’re Worth It Presentation by Dawn Bates
- 11am: Comfort break
- 11:10am: Workshop
- 11:40am: Attendees present ideas
- 12:00pm: Discussion & Q&A with Dawn
- 12:30pm: Gratitude and Request for the Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation
- 12:45pm: Close
- 1:00pm: Option to stay for lunch at Tin Jo Asian Restaurant
Additional Ways to Donate to the Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation
The Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation is in need of physical donations as well—you can bring them on June 24th, or for larger items (i.e., furniture) we can put you in touch with Gail for delivery. These are the items most needed (in order of importance):
- Shoes! For men, women and children, especially tennis shoes.
- Clothing in general
- Hygiene products such as deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, etc.
- Art supplies!
- Musical instruments
If you can’t join us on June 24th, you still have many options to donate to the Costa Rica Humanitarian Foundation and help improve the quality of life of the most vulnerable populations in Costa Rica. Please follow the instructions below:
- Donate directly to the Costa Rica Humanitarian Foundation via PayPal or to one of the national banks in Costa Rica with the donation information provided here: https://www.crhf.org/donations/donaciones-en-costa-rica/
- Donate to the Costa Rica Humanitarian Foundation with a US tax-exempt donation through CRHF’s sister organization with the donation information provided here: https://www.crhf.org/donations/crhf-tax-exempt-donations/
In any case, when you make a donation, please put PWNCR in the description, so we can keep track of the donations! Also, (and this is super important) please email a screenshot or photo to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can recognize you as a donor (by name or anonymously!)
About the CRHF:
The Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation (CRHF) works to improve the quality of life of the most vulnerable populations in Costa Rica. The Foundation now manages more than fifty volunteer projects throughout the country, focusing on education, community development, primary and preventive health care, and extensive support services for women, at-risk youth and indigenous groups. All needs that the CHRF addresses are defined by the local populations, thus ensuring a high level of commitment to each of their programs.