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Black Philanthropy // Giving Circles // Grantmaking // Philanthropy // Women's Philanthropy

Reflections of Love: A Journey in Black Philanthropy

// August 31, 2022

Guest Blog: As the co-founder of SPIN and a new business owner, I understand the duality of being both a giver and receiver of philanthropy.

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Black Philanthropy // 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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Black Philanthropy // Donor Stories // Women & Girls of Color Fund // Women's Philanthropy

Black Philanthropy Month Donor Profile: Maude Lofton, MD

// August 26, 2021

For Dr. Lofton, supporting education, health, and women and girls of color through her philanthropy is just instinctive.

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Black Philanthropy // Donor Stories // Gender Equity // Racial Equity

Black Philanthropy Month Donor Profile: Kim Desmond

// August 17, 2020

WFCO Trustee Kim Desmond joined the board to put a new face to philanthropy and undo the practice of putting an economic marker to it.

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Black Philanthropy // Giving Circles // Guest Column // Women's Philanthropy

Black Philanthropy Month: SPIN, A Black Women’s Giving Circle

// August 14, 2020

Guest Blog: SPIN enables the charitable activities of individual African-American women to be a powerful philanthropic collective within and outside of our communities.

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Black Philanthropy // Guest Column // Philanthropy // Racial Equity // Women's Philanthropy

Black Philanthropy Month: Investing in Women and Girls of Color

// August 12, 2020

Guest Blog: Women and Girls of Color are most often dismissed and rendered faceless while our consistent support continues to be felt well beyond our own households.

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Black Philanthropy // Philanthropy // Profiles in Philanthropy // Women Entrepreneurs // Women's Philanthropy

Black Philanthropy Month Donor Profile: Rose Andom

// August 7, 2020

Rose generously made a gift to WFCO that will match every dollar donated up to $50,000 at our Annual Luncheon.

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