In 2022, we will open two new Women & Girls of Color Fund grantmaking cycles and spend time deepening our relationships with our 2021 grantee partners.
In the face of the horrific mass shooting in Denver and Lakewood, let’s look for Community, Witnessing, Learning, and Healing in the places we call home.
In 2022, WFCO has pinpointed the three legislative areas we will elevate in pursuit of gender, racial, and economic equity.
After three years of working with our 23 grantee partners, our understanding of what it takes for women to advance economically is in sharper focus.
Twenty-one Front Range initiatives will receive $255,000 in funding from the Women & Girls of Color Fund. Meet our grantee partners.
Nicki Gonzales is a Denver native and Colorado’s first Latina State Historian. She aims to elevate the stories and histories of marginalized populations.
Join our social media network by engaging with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter, and by watching our videos on Vimeo.
Sign up for our email newsletter to receive updates on our work, statewide events, research, and much more.