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BIPOC Scholarships

We aim to enable as many BIPOC women as possible to step into their full power, regardless of their current financial circumstances

The Wild Women And Magic Scholarship Program

We are on a journey of expansive change in the world.

We are the change-makers, looking to create a world where the injustices and inequality that so many have had to endure will be shifted towards justice and equity.

As the creator of “It Must Be Said Productions”, the mission is to support and nurture women to claim their voice. The It Must Be Said Productions team is dedicated to building a platform that allows the invisible, the underserved and those undervalued to have the opportunity to build a different outcome for themselves, their families and community.

The Wild Women and Magic Retreat is an event of It Must Be Said Productions.

The Wild Women and Magic Retreat is an opportunity for women to be supported, nurtured and appreciated. We recognize the significant effort BIPOC women do daily to stay alive and give of themselves to support their loved ones and see an opportunity for more BIPOC women to be supported, nurtured and appreciated through participation in The Wild Women and Magic Retreat.

Many BIPOC women are caught in the vice grip of an oppressive system that has them struggling to stay above the water line and not be towed under in a culture of white supremacy that excludes them systemically from the benefits of living in what is hyped up as a free society.

It’s time we take a stand for these women and all women in whatever ways we can.

We are raising funds through a Scholarship Program to be able to offer BIPOC women the opportunity to come and enjoy transformational work in a community committed to raising consciousness to end oppression, one act of love at a time.

The Team of the Wild Women and Magic Retreat invite you to contribute to support BIPOC women who may need the support to attend.

Please help through donations to the scholarship fund. It is our desire to raise enough money to have 10 women receive full scholarships to attend. We need to raise $16,970.00 to accomplish this goal and we know, with your help, we can achieve it.

Additionally, if you know someone you would like to nominate for a scholarship, we would love to hear from you. See the form below to submit names.

Here are few ways you can help: 

  • Pay a full scholarship. If you would like to attend the retreat, but this year you are not able too, give your spot to a women who deserves to know you see her, you support her and you are willing to put your commitment to support this women’s healing by a taking a stand for her. ( As a thank you, Your name will be put on the waiting list for next year, securing your place as an attendee.) 
  • Add a donation to the fund when you purchase your ticket if you are able to attend this year. Invest in yourself and  build a community of women who put their money into action.
  • GIVE generously whether you attend or not. Donate whatever you can. Every contribution will build the fund which we will pass on to invite as many as the fund will support.
  • For a final exciting option, the internationally acclaimed artist: Kathy Stanley has graciously donated the use of one of her Goddess paintings as a fundraiser. We will use her art work on T- shirts
  • If you buy one of these exceptional pieces of wearable art, not only will you have a great new t-shirt but the proceeds will support the WWAM Scholarship fund at the same time. Both women's and men's sizes are available.

We also recognize that there are many organizations doing amazing work and we commit to contributing 10 % of all funds donated to our scholarship fund to The Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. 

We want you, our community to nominate those women.

You know women who deserve to be acknowledged and supported. You know women who would benefit greatly at the opportunity to be nurtured. You know women who need to step away from the everyday demands of their lives. To be fed, supported and given the opportunity to do inner work that resets and replenishes. We do this so they have the strength and community support to keep holding up and be contributors to this great change we seek for all. 

Please first get permission from the woman you wish to nominate, and then fill out the form that pops up when you click the button below.

Then we will contact them to ask them to tell us about themselves and acknowledge interest in attending this Retreat. 

We know we have a lot of work to do on ourselves and to build community with understanding we want to do this together where ever possible. 

Thank You for Your Support,

Brenda R Bryan founder and the WWAM Team 

Gloria Ilg, Mikki Meisner, Alora Grace