We affirm that access to abortion is critical to the achievement of gender, racial, and economic equity.
By December 31, 2023, The Women’s Foundation of Colorado will offer donors something that no other community foundation in Colorado can claim.
Faye Tate is the vice president for inclusion and diversity at CoBank. She is The Women’s Foundation of Colorado’s board chair beginning April 1, 2022.
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.
In 2022, we will open two new Women & Girls of Color Fund grantmaking cycles and spend time deepening our relationships with our 2021 grantee partners.
In the face of the horrific mass shooting in Denver and Lakewood, let’s look for Community, Witnessing, Learning, and Healing in the places we call home.
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