Help us sustain Evelyn’s legacy

Introducing the JourneyWoman Legacy Fund

 

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Support Evelyn’s Legacy

Over 30 years ago, Evelyn Hannon took her first step as a female solo traveller.

She was afraid. She was alone. She didn’t know what the future would look like. But she didn’t listen to conventional wisdom. She simply followed her heart.

She took another step forward when she launched JourneyWoman.com, a grassroots movement to connect women travellers around the world. She told women ‘you can do it!’ and inspired a generation to travel solo. Almost 30 years later, JourneyWoman continues, with a new spirit but the same vision of women’s empowerment.

In honour of Evelyn, we’ve created the JourneyWoman Legacy Fund.

Many of the JourneyWoman community have been with us since the beginning, and while you may have reached a point in your life where travel is not possible, you may want to support JourneyWoman as our community continues to grow and flourish. By making a one-time donation of an amount of your choice, you can help us sustain JourneyWoman into the future.  When you make a donation, let us know why and we’ll proudly share our story on our website.  Thank you!

The Journey of JourneyWoman Continues!

The Journey of JourneyWoman Continues!

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Safe Travels, Evelyn Hannon, the Original Journey Woman

Safe Travels, Evelyn Hannon, the Original Journey Woman

Dear JourneyWomen: The past few months have been difficult for our family. In April, our mother, Evelyn Hannon, founder of JourneyWoman, passed away after a three-year warrior-strong battle with cancer. She was a fighter – and as her daughters, we can honestly tell...

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She Sleeps Well — She Travels Well

She Sleeps Well — She Travels Well

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