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Basic Needs // Child Care // Early Care and Education Workforce // Family Leave // Legislative Session // Paid Family Leave // Public Policy Advocacy

Access to Abortion, Basic Needs Headline 2022 Legislative Session

// May 18, 2022

Two of the “biggest” bills of the 2022 legislative session were supported by The Women’s Foundation of Colorado.

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Basic Needs // Grantee Spotlight // Racial Equity // Social Ventures // Women & Girls of Color Fund

Kaizen Food Rescue Bringing Food Sovereignty to Denver Communities

// May 12, 2022

For Thai Nguyen, food sovereignty is as much a part of her own healing journey as it is for the communities she works in. 

WGCF grantee The Learning Council partners with the Southern Ute Powwow Committee building relations and working together to bring the Powwow back to Delta County
Announcements // Grantmaking // Women & Girls of Color Fund

Increasing Our Investment in Rural Women of Color

// May 9, 2022

Meet the 2022 rural Women & Girls of Color Fund grantees and learn about our increased grantmaking.

WFCO Updated Statement: Access to Reproductive Health Care
Reproductive health // Statement

WFCO Statement on Access to Reproductive Health Care

// May 5, 2022

We affirm that access to abortion is critical to the achievement of gender, racial, and economic equity.

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Announcements // Board of Trustees

WFCO Announces Eight New Trustees and Board Chair

// March 24, 2022

The trustees represent many diverse backgrounds and identities and strengthen The Foundation’s expertise in board governance, public policy, and fundraising.

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Board of Trustees // Profiles in Philanthropy

Profile in Philanthropy: WFCO Board Chair, Faye Tate

// March 23, 2022

Faye Tate is the vice president for inclusion and diversity at CoBank. She is The Women’s Foundation of Colorado’s board chair beginning April 1, 2022.

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Empowerment Council // Power of Extended Philanthropy // Profiles in Philanthropy // WFCO Staff // Women's Philanthropy

Profiles in Philanthropy: WFCO Director of Development, Maggie Stoot

// February 1, 2022

Q&A: From philanthropy to pizza, get to know our newest team member and Empowerment Council member, Maggie Stoot.

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Empowerment Council // Profiles in Philanthropy // Women's Philanthropy

Profiles in Philanthropy: Farra Lanzer, Empowerment Council

// January 30, 2022

Q&A: Farra Lanzer of Fort Collins is not only an Empowerment Council member, but chair of WomenGive, a partner and funder of The Women’s Foundation.

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Grantee Spotlight // Grantmaking // Women & Girls of Color Fund

Reflections on the Inaugural Year of the Women & Girls of Color Fund

// January 14, 2022

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.

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Early Care and Education Workforce // Family Leave // Legislative Session // Paid Family Leave // Public Policy Advocacy // Reproductive health

WFCO Pinpoints 2022 Policy Priorities

// January 12, 2022

In 2022, WFCO has pinpointed the three legislative areas we will elevate in pursuit of gender, racial, and economic equity.

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