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Support TXWSW

Texas Wall Street Women is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is run by an all-volunteer staff. We donate our profits each year to our philanthropy partner, the Young Women’s Preparatory Network. We invite you to join us in making a difference in the lives of the YWPN students as well as showing your support for women in finance.

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Why Sponsor TXWSW?

Whether you are looking to attract top talent, support the staff in your organizations or just make a difference in our community, partnership with TXWSW will help you achieve those goals and more. We have a strong presence on social media and can help you further your brand while helping us further the cause of helping 5,000+ economically disadvantaged students across the state achieve their dreams of college, a career and a chance to break the cycle of poverty for themselves and their families.

“Attending a YWPN school allowed me to grow as a strong, independent woman. If it were not for the support and countless resources I received, attending university would be very difficult. I am forever thankful.”
Yuliana
UT Dallas Terry Scholar, Biomedical Engineering major, Secretary-Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at UTD and graduate of Irma Lerma Rangel Young Women's Leadership School Dallas

Sponsorship Packages

We have listed some sample packages below. Alternatively, we are happy to work with you on custom sponsorships that can include membership and event attendance for your staff. We are grateful for your support and partnership!

Corporate Sponsorship Packages

Benefactor

$50,000 per year
(Only two available)

This package includes the April Education Panel Event in Dallas on April 26th, the individual cities Fall Philanthropy Events and two C-Suite Dinners (Dallas & Houston).

Patron

$25,000 per year
(Only two available)

This package includes the May Education Panel Event in Dallas on May 9th, the individual cities Fall Philanthropy Events and two C-Suite Dinners (Dallas & Houston).

Sustaining Sponsor

$15,000 per year
(Only two available)

This package includes the May Education Panel Event in Dallas on May 9th, the individual cities Fall Philanthropy Events and two C-Suite Dinners (Dallas & Houston).

Philanthropy Event Sponsorship Packages

Event Host Sponsorship

$25,000 per year

  • Take Away Sponsor of April Panel Event
  • Decor Sponsor of all the individual city’s Fall Philanthropy Event
  • A combined total donation of 18% will be directly donated to the Young Women’s Preparatory Network on your behalf and is completely tax deductible

Event Co-Host Sponsorship

$15,000 per year

  • Magna Cum Laude Sponsor of April Panel Event in Dallas
  • Trustee Sponsorship of individual city’s Fall Philanthropy Event
  • A combined total donation of 18% will be directly donated to the Young Women’s Preparatory Network on your behalf and is completely tax deductible

Event Committee Sponsorship

$10,000 per year

  • Cum Laude Sponsor of April Education Panel Event
  • Philanthropy Sponsorship of the individual city’s Fall Philanthropy Events
  • A combined total donation of 25% will be directly donated to the Young Women’s Preparatory on your behalf and is completely tax deductible

Event Attendance Sponsorship

$2,000 per year

  • Attendance Sponsor of April Education Panel Event
  • Attending Sponsor of the Fall Philanthropy Events

The Imperative of Supporting Girls' Education

Understanding the Challenge

Nearly half of Texas high school seniors are not prepared for college, a dire statistic from the Texas Education Agency that signals a deep-seated educational crisis. This gap in college readiness has severe repercussions, particularly for women who face substantial economic disadvantages without a college degree. Employment opportunities are scarce, and median earnings for non-college-educated women lag 30% behind those of their male counterparts, deepening economic disparities, especially among women of color. As poverty rates for women and girls climb—jumping from 7.9% in 2021 to 12.8% in 2022—the need for targeted educational programs becomes increasingly urgent. 

The challenges girls face in getting to and through college include societal expectations, academic preparation challenges, financial constraints, limited family history of college success, inadequate accountability systems, and complex college application processes.

The Transformative Power of Education

The Young Women’s Preparatory Network (YWPN) serves as a beacon of hope for underserved girls in Texas, providing over 5,000 students annually with a comprehensive college-success program and rigorous STEM-focused curriculum across its 11 all-girls, college-prep 6th-12th grade PUBLIC schools. With 84% of YWPN students being girls of color and 60% from low-income households, the network not only achieves a 100% high school graduation and college acceptance rate but also doubles the national average for college completion among economically disadvantaged students. Additionally, 57% of YWPN students, predominantly young women of color from low-income households, are pursuing STEM degrees, significantly outpacing the national average for female first-year college students.

Breaking Down Barriers

The educational path is filled with obstacles for these girls, who are majority first-generation college-bound students. YWPN shifts the paradigm from IF to WHERE students will attend college. The network addresses the myriad barriers these students face, including academic preparedness and financial constraints, through one-on-one counseling, exposure to college environments, leadership and wellness training, scholarship and financial aid guidance, and comprehensive support during college. Their approach ensures young women are not only prepared for higher education but also supported financially, psychologically, and socially to thrive within it. 

Expanding Our Reach

YWPN has operated nine all-girls, college-prep public schools across Texas in Aldine, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, Midland, San Antonio, and Ysleta (El Paso). In the fall of 2024, we will open two new schools: in Balch Springs (Dallas County) and El Paso, enabling YWPN to serve more than 2,000 additional girls in the 2024-2025 school year. This expansion is a testament to our dedication to empowering young women through education. Since our first graduating class in 2009, YWPN has consistently maintained a 100% rate of high school graduation and college acceptance, alongside substantial scholarship earnings by students and national recognition for academic excellence. In fact, the 412 members of the Class of 2023 earned more than $90,000,000 in academic scholarships. Since founding, that figure is $544,339,963.

Investing in Futures: A Call to Action

Supporting YWPN is not just a contribution—it’s a strategic investment in the future. For more than a decade, Texas Wall Street Women (TWSW) has been a steadfast benefactor of YWPN, solidifying our commitment to empowering the next generation of women leaders. This enduring partnership highlights the shared values between our organizations and the tangible impact that strategic investments can have on transforming education and opportunities for girls from underserved communities.

As we look to the future, especially with YWPN’s expansion to serve more than 2,000 additional girls in the 2024-2025 school year and beyond, the role of TXWSW remains vital to their success. Together, we can continue to break cycles of poverty and educational disparity, fostering a future where every girl can achieve her fullest potential.

Thank You to Our Generous Corporate Sponsors

Thank you to our generous corporate sponsors and partners that enable us to make a difference every day.