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Celebrate Women’s History Month at Work

Support women while bringing your team together to honor them.  

  • Host a lunch catered by a woman-owned business, and raise a glass to the hardworking women on your team.
  • Choose fun, interactive activities or experiences provided by women-owned companies or entrepreneurs.
  • Empower all of your employees with an engaging seminar on diversity, inclusion and allyship.

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Popular Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month

Popular ways to mark Women’s History Month include virtual team-building games such as Women’s History Month Trivia and seminars like Women’s History Month & Allyship. The Thriver Marketplace is packed with purposeful activities of all kinds that educate, inspire and entertain all genders - and foster team unity.

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Great Ideas for Women’s History Month Start on the Marketplace

  • Book entertainment, host a virtual cooking class or make art together.
  • Give back by volunteering locally or virtually for a good cause.  
  • Support women-owned businesses with a curated gift box or basket for team members.
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Women sitting on stairs and laughing

Great Ideas for Women’s History Month Start on the Marketplace

  • Book entertainment, host a virtual cooking class or make art together.
  • Give back by volunteering locally or virtually for a good cause.  
  • Support women-owned businesses with a curated gift box or basket for team members.
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Great Ideas for Women’s History Month Start on the Marketplace

  • Book entertainment, host a virtual cooking class or make art together.
  • Give back by volunteering locally or virtually for a good cause.  
  • Support women-owned businesses with a curated gift box or basket for team members.
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Great Ideas for Women’s History Month Start on the Marketplace

  • Book entertainment, host a virtual cooking class or make art together.
  • Give back by volunteering locally or virtually for a good cause.  
  • Support women-owned businesses with a curated gift box or basket for team members.
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Women’s History Month FAQs

When is Women’s History Month?

In the U.S., Women’s History Month is celebrated in March to coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8. In Canada, Women’s History Month is observed during October to coincide with People’s Day on October 18. The roots of Women’s History Month in the U.S. goes back to 1978, when Sonoma County, California designed a Women’s History Week to coincide with International Women’s Day. In 1980, President Jimmy Carter declared the week of March 8 National Women’s History Day, and in 1987, Congress passed a Joint Resolution marking the month of March Women’s History Month.

Why do we celebrate Women’s History Month?

Historically, the accomplishments of women worldwide have been largely overlooked. We celebrate National Women’s History Month to shine a light on the historical, political, societal, and cultural contributions of women in the U.S. since our country’s founding. On International Women’s Day, initiated and sponsored by the United Nations since 1975, the world celebrates the contributions and accomplishments of women from across the globe - the peacemakers, caretakers, scientists, teachers, and thought leaders - and highlights the plight of oppressed women everywhere. Celebrate Women’s History Month at work to show your team you recognize and value the contributions of women in the workplace - and beyond.

What is the 2022 theme for Women's History Month?

Every year, the National Women’s History Alliance designates a theme for Women’s History Month. In 2022, the theme is “Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.” This theme pays tribute to the caregivers and frontline workers who continue to serve during the ongoing pandemic, and it recognizes the countless ways in which women from all cultures and walks of life have promoted hope and healing throughout history.

Why should I choose Thriver for planning our Women’s History Month activities?

The Thriver marketplace is a one-stop shop for a huge variety of activities for all of your company’s events and celebrations, including Women’s History Month. All of our trusted providers are pre-screened by our Culture Experts. You can look at providers’ ratings and reviews, communicate directly with providers, and customize your selections to meet your unique needs. Our helpful features include polling, which makes it easy to ask your team what types of activities they’re interested in, take orders for catering services, or get feedback on a recent activity. Thriver helps you keep your services organized - curate your own collections so you can plan ahead for all of your workplace culture needs throughout the year.

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