Annual Event 2018

Donna Kleczka was an outstanding Event Chair.  She had an active Committee that created a fabulous experience.  Thank you for coming…Thursday, November 1, 2018

Annual Event 2018

We celebrate the power of philanthropy and learn how women used their money to make change throughout the 20th Century.  

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Grant Partners 2018

Congratulations…we believe in you!  Thank you for your work and commitment to advancing equity for women and girls in our community.

Why it Matters: Although the number of women in the U.S. Congress has reached an all-time high, the need for more women in leadership roles is crucial.

Women will not hold an equal share of seats until the year 2117, if trends continue at the current rate.

Community Talk Back Resources

Links and articles about recent Community Talk Back, “Sexual Harassment and Power”…
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Annual Event 2019

Please Save the Date…Wednesday, October 30, 2019.

We are committed to activating philanthropy

to advance equity for women.

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Make your Reservation today for Thursday, November 1, 2018

Women’s Fund Presents…The Power of Philanthropy with Joan Marie Johnson, PhD.

Recent News at the Women’s Fund

HER Scholars Challenge – Donate to our HER Scholarship program and your gift is matched.

July 2018

Former WF Board Director and long-time supporter, Missy Levit, has announced a $2,500 challenge grant! Missy will proudly match all gifts made to the Women’s Fund in support of HER Scholarship program for the entire month of July. Make Your Gift Today

Women’s Fund Named Partner to Associated Bank, the Main Sponsor for MBJ “Women of Influence 2018”

June 2018

The Women’s Fund of Greater Milwaukee was selected by Associated Bank, the main event sponsor to partner and celebrate together. Read more…


Why It Matters

Equity among people is a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.


In Wisconsin, men are 2.5 times more likely to be in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) occupations than women.