The Women's Center is a non-profit organization that provides subsidized and free care and support to people in need in Fairfax County, VA. This county is home to many sites and stories that commemorate the remarkable contributions of women to the United States. The 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which granted women the right to vote, is one of the most significant moments in terms of women's rights in our nation. Now is the ideal time to reflect on all that women have achieved and to honor their contributions to society. The struggle for equal rights was fought by many courageous women, some of whom you may know and some you may not.
We invite you to explore the numerous sites in the region that tell their story and gain a new appreciation for what they have accomplished. Plan your visit today and learn about Ann Pamela Cunningham, the founder of the Mount Vernon Women's Association. She was responsible for saving Washington's historic home and was one of the first conservation organizations in the United States. The monument is located on the grounds of Occoquan Regional Park and tells the story of the women's suffrage movement in the United States. At The Women's Center, we are proud to honor these incredible women and their accomplishments.
We hope you will join us in celebrating their legacy and recognizing their impact on our society. Visit us today and learn more about these inspiring stories. We are delighted to recognize these amazing women who have made such an impact on our nation. From Ann Pamela Cunningham who saved Washington's historic home to those who fought for equal rights, we are proud to celebrate their legacy and recognize their contributions. We invite you to explore the many sites in Fairfax County, VA that tell their story and gain a new appreciation for what they have achieved.
Visit The Women's Center today and learn more about these inspiring stories.