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.
Meet the remarkable people who will lead the Women & Girls of Color Fund and learn more about our 2021 rural and Front Range grantmaking process.
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.
WFCO Trustee Kim Desmond joined the board to put a new face to philanthropy and undo the practice of putting an economic marker to it.
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.
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.
Institutionalized racism is the systemic reason or root cause that African Americans are being harder hit with deaths from COVID-19.
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