A Place to Call Home

The Washington Women’s Foundation is honored to invest in Chief Seattle Club’s capital campaign, “A Place to Call Home: ʔálʔal,” to build housing and social services for Seattle’s Native population…more

Laurie Besteman

Laurie Besteman included the Washington Women’s Foundation in her will to make an affirmative statement about her faith in the Foundation and the communities it supports.  Because she feels fortunate…more

Building a Regional Shakespeare Alliance

In 2010, a $85,000 grant from WA Women’s Foundation helped Seattle Shakespeare Company expand its statewide touring program and double attendance. “We were motivated to bring Shakespeare to schools and…more

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Introducing our 2022 Advocacy Grantees

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

Announcing our Convening 2022 Panelists

Washington Women’s Foundation (WaWF) is excited to announce our panelists...

The Rest and Repair Awards: A $1 Million Fund in Support of Black Women Leaders 

How The Fund for Black Women Leaders in Nonprofits Came...

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