A Conversation with Gabrielle Blair, author of Ejaculate Responsibly (OPEN TO ALL)

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Each year, Washington Women's Foundation's (WaWF) Member Events Committee (MEC) selects a book for all members to read and discuss. In 2023, MEC invites you to read Ejaculate Responsibly: A Whole New Way to Think About Abortion by Gabrielle Blair. Join us on February 15th 2023 at 12PM for a virtual discussion with the author....more

Member Town Hall: Growing Our Membership (MEMBERS ONLY)

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Presenting our new(ish) Membership structure!  Membership is at the heart of Washington Women’s Foundation. As members, you make up our collective. You fund our grants, our programs and our operations. You, our members, are our everything!  All of us work to retain our current members, even while we look for ways to expand our membership...more

How to Research a Nonprofit (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. Join us in learning on February 28th at 12PM. This is the second full committee training for the 2022 Collective Grants...more

How to Conduct Effective 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

Civil Rights Tour: Truth and Purpose Learning Trip with Common Power (OPEN TO ALL)

Travel with Washington Women's Foundation (WaWF) Members and learn about the Civil Rights Movement – on the road! We’ll visit Atlanta, Montgomery, Selma and Birmingham with historians, participants in the 1960s civil rights movement, and each other. This is an amazing learning opportunity for our WaWF community and we want to thank Common Power for making...more