Grantees of WFCO’s Women & Girls of Color Fund are doing innovative work to address Black Maternal Health.
The 2022 election results are a mixed bag for Colorado women with several key wins, but one significant loss.
For Thai Nguyen, food sovereignty is as much a part of her own healing journey as it is for the communities she works in.
Why I both celebrate my own intersectionality and work to eliminate the inequities experienced by others.
By December 31, 2023, The Women’s Foundation of Colorado will offer donors something that no other community foundation in Colorado can claim.
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.
The Women’s Foundation of Colorado selected 19 grantee partners through our new community-informed grantmaking strategy, WINcome.
Nicki Gonzales is a Denver native and Colorado’s first Latina State Historian. She aims to elevate the stories and histories of marginalized populations.
Guest blog by Marisa Page, she/her, Pawnee/Ponca/Comanche. Marisa is a citizen of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma and descends from the Ponca and Comanche tribes.
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.
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