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Let’s work together to support women as they find and claim their space in Kansas City and beyond.

 
 
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Become an American Daughter

With your one-year membership, you will

  • support women's leadership in Kansas City.

  • empower high school-aged women through the American Daughters Academy.

  • gain access to the unique resources available through the American Daughters Collective.

  • receive invites to hang out with other American Daughters and attend community events.

  • receive American Daughters merchandise designed by local women artists.

Each successive level of membership comes with additional merchandise and other perks. Click on the membership level that is right for you.  

American Daughters is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation may be tax deductible.

Student Membership
20.00

Includes

Canvas tote bag

Membership card

 

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Level 1 Membership
50.00

Includes

T-shirt or canvas tote bag

Sticker

Community event ticket

Membership card

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Level 2 Membership
125.00

Includes

T-shirt

Canvas tote bag

Sticker

Community event ticket

Membership card

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When American Daughters learn with and celebrate each other, we are empowered to claim our futures.

It is our goal to host the American Daughters Academy, a 4-week summer leadership program, starting in Summer 2019. The Academy will support female students from Kansas City-area high schools as they create a vision for their future, realize their capacity for leadership and change, and share their work with the local community.

Let’s Make The Academy Happen →

 

The Collective

The American Daughters Collective is comprised of American Daughters members and supporters who work together to support women across Kansas City. Your participation in the Collective allows you to:

  • connect with other American Daughters and our partners.

  • experience and celebrate the social, cultural, and academic work of local women.

  • share and promote your work. 

  • search for other members who may be able to help you with your next project.

  • learn about opportunities to organize and volunteer at community events.

  • support and work with Academy students.

To find local women and men who support women's leadership and have unique knowledge and skills to help you meet your goals...

Search the Collective → 

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Past Events

Intersectional Feminist Book Club

The Politics of Hair panel discussion

Women Makers Pop Up in partnership with Horticulture - featured goods produced by local female entrepreneurs

Good Company Panel Discussion hosted by Design Sponge

Troop 816/913 Events – monthly opportunities to learn with, serve, and enjoy the company of fellow American Daughters

Showing of the Ruth Bader Ginsberg documentary, RBG, at the Tivoli

Tour discussion of the “Modern Perspectives” exhibit at the Kemper Museum

Ice cream at Betty Rae’s

Henna at Monarch Coffee with Henna by Hernandez