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The Future of Women-Led Philanthropy

On October 28th, Women’s Funding Network hosted an intimate gathering of over 40 Bay Area leaders to discuss the Future of Women-Led Philanthropy.

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Cultivating a New Generation of Donors

Spark’s Amanda Brock gives Women’s Funding Network the scoop on how her organization has succeeded in engaging Millennials in philanthropy…and how we can too!

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Gender Transformative Giving: A Report on the Next Phase of Feminist Philanthropy

This report, co-authored by Women’s Funding NetworkTrue Child, and Public Interest Projects, is meant to catalyze a larger conversation around how we view philanthropy and how gifts can impact greater social change when work is conceived through a gender lens.

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Creating Leadership in Philanthropy through Constituent Involvement

Hear from trustee of the Valentine Foundation, Laura Morris, who shares why constituent involvement is necessary for bold, visionary philanthropy. Read More

Announcing Put the Power in Her Hands: A New Tool for Change

Women’s Funding Network is excited to announce the release of Put the Power in Her Hands, a toolkit for donor communications on reproductive health, rights, and justice.

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Join Us at #WomenLeading Philanthropy

Women are leading philanthropy today in unprecedented ways. Join Women’s Funding Network and The Women’s Philanthropy Institute of Indiana University for two days of powerful conversations and networking with women leaders in philanthropy who are creating social change.

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Calling All Members: 2014 Member Meeting

Catch up on what you missed at the 2014 Annual Member Meeting by listening to the recording below!

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Now Available: 2012 Annual Report

In 2012, changing times and new leadership at Women’s Funding Network presented an important opportunity to reflect on the state of the women’s funding movement. The transition encouraged us to recommit to our purpose as a global Network and to our potential as a movement for change.

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