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Mission Driven: Letter from Lauren
Community // Impact // Lauren Y. Casteel // Philanthropy // Women's Philanthropy

Letter From Lauren: Maintaining Our Tenacity Requires Your Support

// April 28, 2022

Your Time, Talent, Treasure, Testimony, Ties – and Tenacity – are essential to WFCO and the women and girls in Colorado.

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Lauren Y. Casteel

Letter from Lauren: On MLK, Jr. Day, Condemn Misogynistic & Racist Violence

// January 14, 2022

In the face of the horrific mass shooting in Denver and Lakewood, let’s look for Community, Witnessing, Learning, and Healing in the places we call home.

Lauren Y. Casteel speaks on stage at 2021 Annual Luncheon
Annual Luncheon // Annual Report // Lauren Y. Casteel // Philanthropy

Letter from Lauren: I’ve Had Enough. Have You?

// November 18, 2021

“It’s expected women will do too much with too little. We always have. We always do. At what cost?” – Lauren Y. Casteel

Ain't I A Woman quote in white font with a silhouette of woman in front of a magenta background
Civil Rights // Gender Equity // Lauren Y. Casteel // Women's Equality

Letter from Lauren: Ain’t I A Woman, Too?

// June 10, 2020

I am proud in 2020 to stand beside you, to be a Black woman addressing a movement of women fired up and ready for change. But, if I were to ask, “Ain’t I a woman?” would you work to make sure that the resounding answer is “yes?”

WFCO Commitment to Ending Racism
Announcements // Civil Rights // Lauren Y. Casteel // Statement

Our Commitment to Ending Racism

// June 2, 2020

The Women’s Foundation of Colorado is committed to working for a world where simply waking up in the morning is not a cause for fear or ancient tears because of the color of one’s skin.

Community Comes First: Statement on COVID-19
Announcements // Community // Lauren Y. Casteel // Statement

We Work for Our Community as We Work From Home

// March 16, 2020

To ensure better outcomes for our community at large during this unprecedented time, WFCO is being proactive, compassionate, and conscious in our response to COVID-19.

2020 Letter from Lauren banner
Announcements // Lauren Y. Casteel

2020: A Movement of Lift

// January 24, 2020

This new year will offer so many powerful chances to create moments, that collectively, we can build a movement of lift for women. Join the movement with WFCO and find your lift.

What We're Grateful For
Community // Impact // Lauren Y. Casteel // Philanthropy // WFCO Staff

Thanksgiving 2019: What We’re Grateful For

// November 26, 2019

During this season of gratitude, our staff shares why we’re thankful, today and everyday of the year, to be part of WFCO.

Your Community. Your Philanthropy. Your Impact
Annual Report // Community // Impact // Lauren Y. Casteel // Philanthropy // Statement // Women's Philanthropy

Your Community. Your Philanthropy. Your Impact.

// October 29, 2019

We look in the rearview mirror at Fiscal Year 2018-19 with gratitude and a sense of accomplishment.

Lauren Y. Casteel // Public Policy Advocacy // Women's Equality

Women’s Equality Day Must Include All Women

// August 26, 2019

This speech was delivered by WFCO President & CEO, Lauren Y. Casteel, from the State Capitol on August 26, 2019, Women’s Equality Day.

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