After three years of working with our 23 grantee partners, our understanding of what it takes for women to advance economically is in sharper focus.
Applications closed for the Front Range cycle of the Women & Girls of Color Fund earlier this month. As the advisory council reviews proposals to select our next group of incredible grantees, we look back on the first round of funding in the rural cycle this spring and share some highlights of our partners’ work.
We’re granting $192,000 in general operating support to 12 rural, BIPOC-led initiatives focused on building the economic power of women and girls of color.
At a moment when climate change is one of the biggest issues humans face, investing in women may be the answer for creating long-term environmental sustainability.
Colorado Springs has one of the nation’s hottest job markets, but not enough women benefit.
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