What kind of chilling affect does this chilling weather have on working moms? Two-hour delays, cancellations and more. Today's blog starts the conversation about what moms - and organizations are doing during the "polar vortex."
How are those struggling to get by as well as small business owners managing in the extreme weather conditions? Read how Women's Fund is helping in a small way - and how you can make a difference too.
In 2014, Women's Fund will make a bold announcement regarding funding for emerging adult women, ages 18-24. As a way to introduce this and begin to create a connection, we have asked several women to answer the question: "What would I tell my 18-year-old self?" Their responses will be posted monthly. Read what Emi Osterhaus would tell her 18-year-old self.
Angela White shares information about #WomenLeading Philanthropy - a symposium in Chicago that looks at how the philanthropic landscape has changed as a result of women's increased engagement.
New this year: a monthly guest blog to highlight grantees and the work done with funding from Women's Fund. This month, find out how an "aha moment" is helping Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana better serve girls in central Indiana, by involving moms.
Women's Fund announces the names of the women selected to OPTIONS. Please join me in welcoming OPTIONS Class 14.
“Getting Down to Business” is our monthly feature of female entrepreneurs in central Indiana. This month, we are excited to introduce you to Mandy Moore, co-founder of VMS BioMarketing, mother of three, and recent participant of Women's Fund Perspectives Class 1.
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