WFCO lobbyist Jennifer Miles summed up the 2021 Colorado General Assembly with one thought: “This was quite a session.”
Guest blog: We cannot expect Black women and women of color to navigate the path to racial equity alone.
Black women and women of color cannot carry the burden of transformation alone.
Guest Blog: The Free Lifetime Education Initiative for Black Coloradans would help achieve sustainable racial and economic equity.
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.
Sisters Hazel and Lily Shapiro opened a giving fund at WFCO to create change at the intersection of racial and climate justice.
Guest blog: Angela Ceseña, executive director of Latina SafeHouse, on the financial abuse, digital abuse, and more behaviors that can characterize domestic violence.
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: 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.
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