Women United Events


Stay Connected

Join the Women United Facebook Group to get connected with other members and stay posted on our upcoming events!

If you live in the surrounding communities of Routt County and would like to work with Women United on bringing an event to your local group, please contact Program Manager, Amber DeLay at amber@RouttCountyUnitedWay.org


Annual Events

Spring/Fall Luncheon:

Women United hosts a luncheon in the spring and fall to bring women together to learn about key issues in Routt County, network and collaborate on projects that make a positive difference in the place we call home.

Spring Social:

Women United hosts a spring social in a private location where we can network and get to know each other better. Enjoy complimentary drinks and light hors d’oeuvres with a wonderful group of women. There will be social activities and many opportunities to share skills, talents, and passions with the group.

Winter Social:

Women United hosts a winter social at the private residence of Diane Muntean, our chairperson. This event is open to current members, as we gather for the holidays to reflect on our accomplishments for the year. This is a chance to see friendly faces before the holiday, and to talk about what you’d like to see for the future of Women United.

Backpacks & Bubbles:

Women United hosts a school supply drive to collect supplies for low-income students whose families need help preparing for the school year. Our Backpacks & Bubbles Events bring local women together to assemble backpacks and supplies for all students on our needs list. After we pack all of the backpacks, we will walk to Aurum to enjoy a champagne happy hour on their patio!

Satellite Events:

One of our goals for Women United is to extend or outreach and membership into surrounding communities of Hayden, North Routt and South Routt.  Our first satellite event is the North Routt Book Lovers Rendezvous on April 30th, what a great opportunity to visit Glen Eden, meet other women who love books and enjoy talk by local author Susan Cunningham.