#ListenToHer: Share Your Story with the Women's Foundation of Oregon
Last year, the Women's Foundation of Oregon did a 14-stop, 3,000-mile "Listen to Her" tour, and heard from 1,000 women and girls across the state. We highlighted what we heard in our Count Her In report (CountHerIn.org). This year, we're continuing to listen—online.

Sharing experiences is one of the most powerful and effective ways to create change. Your story can help show Oregon's leaders why it's important to take action on the "Eight That Can't Wait"--a set of urgent issues facing Oregon's women and girls, identified in Count Her In.

By filling out this form, you give the Women's Foundation permission to share your story, along with your first name and city. Or you can choose to remain anonymous.

We may contact you to see if you are interested in sharing your story in various ways. Thank you for helping improve the lives of women and girls in Oregon.

My story is about (please check all that apply):
Please summarize your experience:
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How did your experience make you feel? How did it affect your life?
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Is it safe for the Women's Foundation to use your first name and city when sharing your story?
I am interested in sharing my story in the following ways (the Women's Foundation will help you prepare and feel comfortable, and will pay for any travel):
Contact Information
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Demographic Information
The Women's Foundation is committed to reflecting the diversity of Oregon, and lifting up stories from all Oregon women. Please help us do this by telling us a little bit about yourself.
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Highest level of education completed:
Annual household income:
Do you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender?
Please share your race, ethnicity, ancestry, country of origin, and/or Tribal affiliations in whatever way you wish:
Anything else you would like us to know?
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