For Dr. Lofton, supporting education, health, and women and girls of color through her philanthropy is just instinctive.
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.
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.
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.
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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