For Dr. Lofton, supporting education, health, and women and girls of color through her philanthropy is just instinctive.
Sisters Hazel and Lily Shapiro opened a giving fund at WFCO to create change at the intersection of racial and climate justice.
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.
Adrianna Abarca uses her donor-advised funds to house her philanthropic dollars so that she can grant to like-minded organizations that support Colorado’s Latino Community.
WFCO’s gender-lens portfolio motivated Patti and Connie to open a donor-advised fund.
On this Father’s Day, WFCO would like to thank all the dads for daughters and men for women for standing in solidarity with us.
Six women share why they are leaving a legacy with The Women’s Foundation of Colorado through their estate planning.
Kathleen and Mike Beatty understand the direct connection between the economic status of women and the health of community.
National, nonpartisan organization VoteRunLead’s work in Colorado is amplified by a donor-advised fund held at WFCO.
“I would not have enough paper to tell you everything,” said LaRae Orullian on why she has left a planned gift to WFCO.
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