Open Call: WaWF Board of Directors

Have you thought about serving on the Washington Women’s Foundation Board of Directors? Today we announce our open call.  Read more to find out about our recruitment process and what…more

Moments with Maria

Hello dear members! It is a sign of how much is happening in the world that my “Welcome to 2022!” post is coming out in March. What a busy 2022 we…more

Celebrating Black History Month

This month we’re celebrating Black culture and history in the United States. As Washington Women’s Foundation, Black History Month is a time to highlight the history of Black giving –…more

Job Posting: Events & Programs Manager

We’re looking for an experienced, creative, and self-motivated Events & Programs Manager to join our staff team! For more information, refer to the job posting below. Position Title: Manager, Events…more

Announcing our Issue-Based Grantees & Reflecting on the Grant Pilot

Background In 2019, Washington Women’s Foundation (WaWF) members expressed a strong interest in exploring grantmaking around a specific topic. The Board of Directors allocated $50,000 from member contributions made in…more

Maria Kolby-Wolfe

Transforming Together: 2021 in Review

In 2018 the board of Washington Women’s Foundation (WaWF) approved an ambitious Strategic Framework that was meant to guide us through 5 years of planning and transformation. By the time I arrived as your President and CEO in February…more

Announcing our 2022 Priorities

Washington Women’s Foundation (WaWF) is excited to announce the priorities for our 2022 Collective Grants! As year one of our two-year grantmaking cycle, the funding themes for the 2022 Collective Grants are:…more

Celebrating & Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Monday, October 11 is Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a time to celebrate and honor Native communities, culture, and histories. It’s also a time to acknowledge the historical – and ongoing –…more

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Reflections from our First Cycle of Advocacy Grants

Earlier this year, we announced the first-ever group of grantees...

Announcing our 2023 Priorities

Washington Women’s Foundation (WaWF) is excited to announce the priorities...

Introducing our 2022 Advocacy Grantees

During the summer of 2022, a group of WaWF members...

OTHER WAYS TO SUPPORT

If you’re not quite ready to become a member, there are other ways to support the important work we do. Learn more about how you can contribute to WA Women’s Foundation.