Annual Breakfast

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 Annual Lowell Women’s Week Breakfast, 24th Anniversary
The Time is Now!

     Monday, March 4th

     7:15 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

     Lenzi’s (110 Merrimack Ave. Dracut MA.)

Keynote Speaker: To be Announce Soon

Emcee: To be Announced Soon

Tickets will be on Sale end of January

To receive an invoice please send request to

$25 General Seating
$25 + $3 online ticketing fee

$15 Student ID General Seating
$15+ $2 online ticketing fee

$250.00 Reserved seating for 10
$250 + $10.25 online ticketing fee

Please join us for a morning of inspiring words, community, and recognizing the achievements of extraordinary women in greater Lowell.


The 2018 recipients of the Because of Her Award will be honored for their creative and positive ways of meeting real needs in our community.

Support Lowell Women’s Week with a sponsorship!

Gold Sponsorship (includes one admission)

Silver Sponsorship (includes one admission)

Please send donations to;

Lowell Women’s Week

c/o Greater Lowell Community Foundation

100 Merrimack Street Suite 202

Lowell MA 01852

Donations assist with overall costs of the inspiring, educational programming that is a hallmark of our organization. “Overall costs “ include and are not limited to website fees, printing, publicity purchases, and catering/venue charges for the annual breakfast. Since the inception of Lowell Women’s Week, we have worked hard to involve students in our programming. As a result, we offer limited discount breakfast tickets for students. Donations defray these costs.

All costs are approved by the Lowell Women’s Week committee. Lowell Women’s Week is proud to be under the umbrella of Greater Lowell Community Foundation. Donations to Lowell Women’s week are tax deductibles.  Sponsors will be acknowledged on the Lowell Women’s Week website and in the program during the Lowell Women’s Week annual breakfast.

Please contact JoAnn Marcos for information on making a donation!

“Lowell Women’s Week is a component fund of the Greater Lowell Community Foundation”