Women's Fund offers a variety of giving levels and benefits. See the options below.
Donors giving from $1 to $25,000.
Be a Changemaker by making a bold commitment to Women's Fund today! Start off with a monthly, quarterly, or annual gift online, mail a check, or make another type of gift. Your support at any level will change lives by creating options and opportunities for women and girls in Central Indiana now and for generations to come. As a Changemaker you will be recognized annually in Women's Fund's donor list.
Donors contributing $500+ annually qualify for Perspectives benefits
Women’s Fund donors contributing $500+ annually qualify for Perspectives benefits and will be provided opportunities to participate in a variety of events throughout the year.
Women and men under the age of 50 who make gifts to the Women's Fund endowment in the range of $25,000-$50,000.
Members of WF Society share the same benefits as the Leadership Society.
Donors giving $50,000 or more to the Women's Fund endowment.
Members have the opportunity to engage in exclusive events throughout each year:
- Exclusive dinner in a private home with an exceptional speaker.
- A luncheon in a private home with an opportunity to participate in thoughtful, moderated discussions with like-minded individuals around the topics of philanthropy, community participation, creating and leaving a legacy, and individual/family/collective contributions to the community.
- A site visit to a Women's Fund grantee to see first-hand how your contributions are making a difference for women and girls.
IRVING MOXLEY SPRINGER SOCIETY
A planned giving society composed of individuals who have made plans to leave a future gift to the community through the unrestricted endowment of Women's Fund of Central Indiana. Members of the Society are also recognized as members of Heritage Circle Society, the planned giving society of Central Indiana Community Foundation and its affiliates in The Indianapolis Foundation and Legacy Fund of Hamilton County.
This planned giving society is named in honor of the gift Frank Springer made to Women's Fund in memory of his wife, Irving Moxley Springer (1915-1990).