Q&A: Farra Lanzer of Fort Collins is not only an Empowerment Council member, but chair of WomenGive, a partner and funder of The Women’s Foundation.
For Dr. Lofton, supporting education, health, and women and girls of color through her philanthropy is just instinctive.
On International Women’s Day, we needed to look no further than our own backyard to find women doing extraordinary things for their communities in the time of COVID-19.
Sisters Hazel and Lily Shapiro opened a giving fund at WFCO to create change at the intersection of racial and climate justice.
Eunice’s passion in supporting women was shaped by her belief in equal opportunity and the power of women mentors.
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.
The WFCO staff is pleased to share recommendations of content that we’ve been reading, watching, and listening to while at home during quarantine.
WFCO giving circles funded 13 diverse organizations in 2019 with grants ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 and spanning to serve women from Denver to Africa.
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