Since announcing the Sisterhood of Philanthropy Impacting Needs (SPIN), several more giving circles have launched at WFCO.
On May 22, 2019, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signed the “Equal Pay for Equal Work Act” into law at The Women’s Foundation of Colorado.
Last year, I had the great privilege of speaking at The Women’s Foundation of Colorado’s Annual Luncheon, where DaVita was the presenting sponsor.
Grantee Spotlight: OneMorgan focuses on helping working mothers from immigrant backgrounds acquire degrees that will lead to professional advancement and economic security.
The 2019 Colorado Legislative Session will be remembered for the traction made for women in the workplace.
It’s been one year since we launched a new blog to share the diverse stories of women who make up our community.
The Women’s Foundation of Colorado is proud to announce we’ve added six women to our board of trustees with their terms beginning April 1, 2019.
Please contact your state senator and representative today to let them know it’s time for our state government to create a paid leave program.
If you are passionate about ending poverty and injustice in the developing world, Beyond Our Borders gives you a way to do something about it.
With promising results reported in 2018 from our WAGES grantee cohort, WFCO has renewed funding for all 23 nonprofit partners to continue their essential public policy and direct-service work through 2019.
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