By The Women's Foundation of Colorado

Francesca's Story
Grantee Spotlight // Impact // Single Moms // Success Stories

Francesca’s Story

// October 8, 2018

Only a few years ago, Francesca could not make ends meet for herself and her daughter. Today they are thriving.

Women train to run for office
Donor Stories // Donor-Advised Fund

Propelling Women Candidates

// October 2, 2018

National, nonpartisan organization VoteRunLead’s work in Colorado is amplified by a donor-advised fund held at WFCO.

Believe Survivors
Statement

Believe Survivors

// September 27, 2018

It is time for all men and women to commit to a culture that does not condone or excuse any gender-based violence, harassment, or bias.

WFCO Voter Handbook, The Womanifesto
Announcements // Public Policy Advocacy

Presenting Our Voter Handbook

// September 25, 2018

On National Voter Registration Day WFCO released its nonpartisan voter handbook, The Womanifesto

Exciting Announcement $1 million grant
Announcements

WFCO Celebrates Pivotal Grant

// September 18, 2018

Colorado Health Foundation, one of the nation’s largest health foundations, has awarded WFCO a $1 million grant.

Empowerment Council members
Empowerment Council // Philanthropy // Women's Philanthropy

WFCO’s Emerging Philanthropists

// August 28, 2018

Empowerment Council is a group of 70 women who seek career mentorship, networking opportunities, and a space to make a difference.

SPIN Giving Circle
Giving Circles // Philanthropy // Women's Philanthropy

WFCO’s First Giving Circle

// August 15, 2018

The Sisterhood of Philanthropists Impacting Needs (SPIN) is redefining philanthropy in communities of color.

African-American Women's Equal Pay Day Graph
Equal Pay // Guest Column

It’s Time to Pay Black Women

// August 7, 2018

Today you might have heard the phrase “pay black women” or seen #payblackwomen on social media, but what does this really mean?

Angie at home
Boulder // Success Stories

Earning A Livable Wage in Boulder

// July 18, 2018

After nearly two decades as a stay-at-home mom raising her oldest children, Angie was unable to find a job where she could earn a livable wage.

Community // WFCO Staff

Meet Our Communications Intern

// July 12, 2018

In this blog post, we interview Rebecca Alfaro, communications intern, graduate student, feminist activist, and future United Nations leader.

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