2023 Grant Award Celebration (OPEN TO ALL)

Seattle Asian Art Museum 1400 E Prospect St, Seattle, WA

Washington Women’s Foundation (WaWF) is excited to invite you to the 2023 Grant Award Celebration at the Seattle Asian Art Museum.   We are starting our celebration with small bites and gallery access. Join us early from 4:00-5:00 to view the unique and beautiful art and exhibitions on display at the Seattle Asian Art Museum in...more

Racial Equity in Funding Advocacy (OPEN TO ALL)

Building on last June's session with Bolder Advocacy, Investing in Change, join the Washington Women's Foundation and Bolder Advocacy as we explore Racial Equity in Funding Advocacy on June 21st 2023 at 3PM. This session is all about rolling up our sleeves and applying our experience around advocacy. After a short recap of the advocacy...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: A Critical Lens on Donor Advised Funds (OPEN TO ALL)

We are delighted to announce Washington Women’s Foundation’s 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...more

Working in Tribal Communities 101 (OPEN TO ALL)

Virtual Event Virtual Event

This training is designed to provide base level knowledge of WA state tribes from indigenous trainer, Kateri Joe. The main components will include tribal history in Washington state, cultural diversity amongst tribes, sovereignty, self-identity activity and basic etiquettes in tribal spaces.  Materials will be sent out a few days prior to the training. Kateri Joe...more

Member Jubilee (MEMBERS ONLY)

Robinswood House 2430 148th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA

Join us on Wednesday, July 19th, 2023, for the second annual Member Jubilee at the Robinswood House in Bellevue, as we celebrate and honor all our lovely members! Hear from new and experienced members on their commitment to and affection for WaWF. Make new connections and catch up with old friends. We’ll toast with delicious...more

August OL Reign Game (MEMBER +1)

Lumen Field 800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle

Join the WaWF community on Sunday, August 6th to watch the OL Reign's play at 3PM in the afternoon. 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

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