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Friday, March 22, 2024 | Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
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Friday, March 22, 2024 | 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
Featuring guest speaker Sheryl Lee Ralph

For 25 years, Mile High United Way has brought our community together to celebrate the power of women and girls at our Women United Luncheon, because we know it takes a village for each family in our community to thrive. Proceeds from the luncheon support our Women United Initiative, providing women access to critical resources like stable housing, new job opportunities, high-quality child care and more.

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Event Features

Sherly Lee Ralph - Guest Speaker at the 25th Annual Women United Luncheon

Sheryl Lee Ralph

Guest Speaker

Sheryl Lee Ralph plays kindergarten teacher Barbara Howard in ABC’s hit show Abbott Elementary. She was also nominated for a Tony for the original Broadway production of Dreamgirls and has appeared in dozens of TV, film and stage productions. We look forward to hearing about Sheryl’s incredible experiences as a cultural icon, leader, activist, actress, mother, author, producer and advocate.

As she shared during her Emmy Award acceptance speech, Sheryl is a true believer in the power of never giving up and relying on your village. 

We are thrilled to welcome Sheryl Lee Ralph to our village on March 22 at the 25th Annual Women United Luncheon.


Frances Wisebart Jacobs Award Honoree

Lindsay Filsinger is community leader, wife, mother, philanthropist and businesswoman from Denver. For more than a decade, she has supported efforts to increase opportunities for women and girls, and is passionate about expanding access to early childhood care and education for Metro Denver families.

In 2023, Lindsay demonstrated her enthusiasm by testifying before the Colorado State Legislature in support of House Bill 23-1091 to renew the Colorado Child Care Contribution Tax Credit.

In addition to supporting Women United and Mile High United Way, Lindsay sits on the boards of St. Joseph Hospital Foundation and Escuela De Guadalupe, where she previously served as board chair. She also supports other Denver nonprofits including Clayton Early Learning, Tennyson Center for Children and Denver Rescue Mission. She and her husband, Todd, are also longtime members of Mile High United Way’s Tocqueville Society.

We are grateful for Lindsay’s outstanding support for women and girls across Metro Denver and are thrilled to honor her as this year’s Frances Wisebart Jacobs award recipient!

Women United

Women United members connect women and girls to the resources they need to thrive. Last year, over 7,000 women and children in Metro Denver were provided life-changing support through our Women United Initiative. Learn more about Women United and how you can join!

Women United Initiative Honors SPAN with 2023 Innovation Award - Helping survivors in rebuild their lives after domestic violence - Mile High United Way

Highlights from Last Year's Luncheon

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Thank you to our sponsors

Sponsors for the 25th Annual Women United Luncheon