Guest Blog: As the co-founder of SPIN and a new business owner, I understand the duality of being both a giver and receiver of philanthropy.
Meet Christina Ortiz, a trustee with The Women’s Foundation of Colorado and member of Women Will.
Your Time, Talent, Treasure, Testimony, Ties – and Tenacity – are essential to WFCO and the women and girls in Colorado.
“It’s expected women will do too much with too little. We always have. We always do. At what cost?” – Lauren Y. Casteel
Guest blog: Through the Women & Girls of Color Fund Advisory Council, I’ve had moving and impactful moments, as well as times of struggle, navigating the liminality between what is and what could be.
Sisters Hazel and Lily Shapiro opened a giving fund at WFCO to create change at the intersection of racial and climate justice.
Among the communities of giving offered by WFCO, Julie Hertzberg found that Empowerment Council (EC) fit her networking needs and passions.
What we’ve heard from the community, where we go from here, and how you can apply to the first Women & Girls of Color Fund advisory council.
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.
Rose generously made a gift to WFCO that will match every dollar donated up to $50,000 at our Annual Luncheon.
Join our social media network by engaging with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter, and by watching our videos on Vimeo.
Sign up for our email newsletter to receive updates on our work, statewide events, research, and much more.