Office Hours: Your Questions Answered (MEMBERS ONLY)

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Did you miss our Member Town Hall about the new(ish) membership structure? Did you attend but not have a chance to ask your questions? Join WaWF staff for an open office hours and drop in by Zoom to get all your questions answered! Membership is at the heart of Washington Women’s Foundation. As members, you...more

Office Hours: Your Questions Answered (MEMBERS ONLY)

Did you miss our Member Town Hall about the new(ish) membership structure? Did you attend but not have a chance to ask your questions? Join WaWF staff for an open office hours and drop in by Zoom to get all your questions answered! Membership is at the heart of Washington Women’s Foundation. As members, you...more

Philanthropy Series: How to Build Your Giving Plan (OPEN TO ALL)

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We’re delighted to announce Washington Women’s Foundation Philanthropy Learning Series. Beginning in March 2023 WaWF will host panel discussions with philanthropic leaders on various topics including how to build your giving plan, solidarity as an action, a critical lens on donor advised funds, impact investing, and donor perspectives on reparations in philanthropy. Join us on...more

How to Conduct Conversations (MEMBERS ONLY)

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The Collective Grants are the cornerstone of Washington Women’s Foundation’s (WaWF) work as a collective giving organization, and a great way to connect with other members and learn about what’s happening in our community. This is the third full committee training for the 2023 Collective Grants Committee. Our focus will be to prepare for the...more

Let’s Talk Becoming a Member

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Join us for Let’s Talk: Becoming a Member to learn more about what it means to be a Washington Women’s Foundation member. This 1-hour session will include a brief look at our grantmaking and education programs, followed by a look at the member experience. If you’re already a member and have a friend or colleague...more

Philanthropy Series: Solidarity As An Action (OPEN TO ALL)

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We’re delighted to announce Washington Women’s Foundation Philanthropy Learning Series. Beginning in March 2023 WaWF will host panel discussions with philanthropic leaders on various topics including how to build your giving plan, solidarity as an action, a critical lens on donor advised funds, impact investing, and donor perspectives on reparations in philanthropy. Join us on...more

May OL Reign Game (MEMBER +1)

Lumen Field 800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle

Join the WaWF community on Saturday, May 6th to watch the OL Reign’s play at 7PM in the evening. It’s an opportunity to see world class players, including Megan Rapinoe, Rose Lavelle, and Tobin Heath. WaWF has reserved a block of tickets, click the link below to purchase yours today and bring your family or...more

Partner Event: Conversation with Author Clyde W. Ford (OPEN TO ALL)

Please join Washington Women's Foundation, in partnership with Progress Alliance and SVP Seattle, on Wednesday, May 10, from 12-1 PM for an exclusive online event with Clyde W. Ford, author of the 2022 book, Of Blood And Sweat: Black Lives And The Making Of White Power And Wealth. His book provides a compelling look at the...more

2023 MEC Film Discussion: The Janes + Aftershock (OPEN TO ALL)

Washington Women's Foundation 2100 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA

Join Washington Women's Foundation's Member Engagement Committee (MEC) on Monday May 15th to discuss two films exploring Reproductive Justice & Maternal Health. The Janes tells the story of a pre-roe world, in 1972, where a group of committed friends and neighbors provided abortions to all who were in need. Aftershock tells the story of two...more

Member-to-Member: Let’s Talk Board Service (MEMBERS ONLY)

Come learn more about board service and the recruitment process at the Foundation.  We will also share more about the Competency Model and answer any other questions that you have.  Hosted by the Governance Committee. This session is only open to WaWF members and will be recorded for members unable to make it. Please contact...more

Let’s Talk Becoming a Member

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Join us for Let’s Talk: Becoming a Member to learn more about what it means to be a Washington Women’s Foundation member. This 1-hour session will include a brief look at our grantmaking and education programs, followed by a look at the member experience. If you’re already a member and have a friend or colleague...more

Philanthropy Series: Values Aligned Investing (OPEN TO ALL)

We’re delighted to announce Washington Women’s Foundation Philanthropy Learning Series. Beginning in March 2023 WaWF will host panel discussions with philanthropic leaders on various topics including how to build your giving plan, solidarity as an action, a critical lens on donor advised funds, values aligned investing, and donor perspectives on reparations in philanthropy. Join us...more