On Thursday, April 9th 2020, Rung got together virtually with local St. Louis women from different industries to talk about motherhood and working from home during this pandemic. Altogether, we had close to 90 people in our virtual panel discussion and learned so much...
Written by Leslie Gill, President of Rung for Women It’s Equal Pay Day, the symbolic point in the year that women need to work in order to earn the same amount as their male counterparts in the previous year. When you disaggregate the data, women of color face a much...
Nonprofit with links to Taylor family plans $20 million campus in St. Louis for women’s empowerment agencies
A new nonprofit started by a granddaughter of Enterprise Holdings founder Jack Taylor is planning to put $20 million into a new campus in St. Louis’ Fox Park neighborhood.
Rung, a St. Louis nonprofit agency whose mission is to empower women to achieve sustained independence, is holding an Information Session to share information about its vision and highlight opportunities for other agencies and organizations to partner with Rung in serving its clients.
September 2017: With the closure of the retail store, Rung is now working with new partners to provide women of the St. Louis area with the resources they need to succeed in their careers.
September 30, 2017: Rung Boutique, the resale store in Rock Hill, closed — as the nonprofit organization behind it entered a new chapter.
2016: Rung began cultivating extensive market research on how to better serve women in the community.
April/May 2015: Rung was featured in the in Spring issue of the popular women’s magazine Gazelle.
2014: Rung had many community initiatives, including free Saturday yoga classes, growth opportunities for preschoolers, selling local art, and more.
2013: Rung opened a complimentary shop next door, providing children’s clothing (newborn to size 14), plus maternity wear, toys, and costumes.
February 1, 2012: Rung began a partnership with the Women’s Foundation. We celebrated this event with a check and a champagne toast.
2011: First private shopping event for current clients of a nonprofit organization. More than $3000 worth of clothes were given to participants.