WomensNet News

February 12th 2015

WomensNet Domain Name Change Marks Return to Its Origins

We would like to officially announce that we have changed our domain name. WomensNet.net, is now AmberGrantsforWomen.com.

Our shift represents a desire to recognize the company’s roots. The Amber Grant Foundation was founded in 1998 by WomensNet as a way to honor the memory of Amber, a young woman with an entrepreneurial spirit who died at the age of 19—not having enough time to complete her business dreams. The new URL acknowledges Amber’s importance and serves as a reminder of her spirit.

We’re hopeful that our new website address, will better state our mission, and will help even more women find the resources and assistance they need to realize their own business dreams.

Thank you for your continued support throughout the years,

Christina and the WomensNet Team
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