SPIN, a Black women’s giving circle held at WFCO, toasts new co-leads, Shayla Richard and Tanara Landor.
Meet Nneka McPhee, Power of Extended Philanthropy (PEP) Member and Chief of Staff & Strategic Initiatives at Americans for Ben-Gurion University
A perspective on Black Philanthropy Month from WFCO Executive & Board Coordinator
WFCO is seeking members to participate in the third investment cycle of the Women’s Impact Investing Giving Circle.
Three women-led social ventures will receive investment funding from WFCO’s Women’s Impact Investing Giving Circle (WIIGC) totaling $125,000.
Guest Blog: SPIN enables the charitable activities of individual African-American women to be a powerful philanthropic collective within and outside of our communities.
The Women’s Impact Investing Giving Circle (WIIGC) expanded funding opportunities for women entrepreneurs when it selected Sistahbiz and The Village Institute for investment.
WFCO giving circles funded 13 diverse organizations in 2019 with grants ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 and spanning to serve women from Denver to Africa.
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