Guest Blog: SPIN enables the charitable activities of individual African-American women to be a powerful philanthropic collective within and outside of our communities.
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.
Guest Blog: Words of wisdom I’ve received from women who lift me and so many others in our community.
Whether we’d like to believe it or not, modern philanthropy is rooted in systemic racism. The Women’s Foundation of Colorado is committed to changing that by invest in the leadership of women of color.
When it comes to economic security, among the most overlooked and undercounted populations is women with disabilities.
Companies that invest in women, and that have higher proportions of women in decision-making groups, tend to perform better financially, have lower risk, and be more resilient.
Last year, I had the great privilege of speaking at The Women’s Foundation of Colorado’s Annual Luncheon, where DaVita was the presenting sponsor.
If you are passionate about ending poverty and injustice in the developing world, Beyond Our Borders gives you a way to do something about it.
In the Year of the Woman 2.0, the headlines call out how women are showing up in big ways. But haven’t we always shown up?
On Latina Equal Pay Day, there has never been a better time to reflect on how much Latinas contribute to our economy.
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