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.
By 25 years old, Patty was married with children. But things didn’t turn out the way she expected. She had to learn to thrive as a single mom.
Adrianette gained self-worth and is on the path to economic self-sufficiency through job training offered by CHIC Denver.
While Marcela is learning and growing at community college, her daughter is learning and growing at high-quality child care.
The Women’s Foundation of Colorado in partnership with Impact Finance Center announces a call for Colorado women social ventures.
In July, we announced a statewide plan to grow our statewide network of advocates for women and families. What a great few months it’s been!
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