Before Bon Iver takes the stage at KettleHouse Amphitheater on Thursday, May 31, Missoula’s WORD will be engaging concert goers to discuss opportunities, programs and policies that inspire and support women’s development, leadership and choice. Bon Iver’s 2 A Billion Campaign and WORD partnered together with the goal of “bringing gender equity center stage.”
Make sure to stop by WORD’s table to learn more about how you can make a positive difference in your community.
Women’s Opportunity & Resource Development, or WORD for short, is a Missoula-based organization striving to empower women and families through advocacy, housing counseling, basic needs assistance, youth, and leadership development.
About 2 A Billion
Grammy-award-winning indie folk artist Bon Iver started the 2 A Billion campaign to raise support, awareness, and person-to-person connections in an effort to end gender inequality, domestic violence, and sexual abuse.
2 A Billion strives to uncover the severity of domestic violence and works to foster community-driven, creative action to provide unique perspectives about complex topics. They believe every individual can make a difference in the effort to end gender inequality.