Women's Fund Presents...THE FUTURE

Announcing our date…Friday, November 1, 2019.

Open call for sponsors; individual seats available after Labor Day!  Please plan to attend.

Equity in politics...

Although the number of women in the U.S. Congress has reached an all-time high, for more women need those roles.  If trends continue at the current rate, women will not hold an equal share of seats until the year 2117. 

We can’t wait that long…

Community Talk Back

An Historic Date…June 10, 2019

Marking the day, we celebrated the 100th Anniversary of Wisconsin ratifying the 19th Amendment.  After viewing the 1995 PBS documentary One Woman, One Vote, we ask, “What is your commitment?”

The Community Talk Back was held at NO Studios in the Pabst Brewery Complex and was made possible with support from Rotary Club of Milwaukee along with Dr. Karen J. Maroda.  Our gratitude…thank you.

Grant Partners 2019

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

Pictured here are students from St. Joan Antida High School…we support the SJA Skilled Trades Education Program. 

In 2018...

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

In 2019…

We are looking toward 2030 and determining what we can do to create the future we all want now.  Please join us…Friday, November 1, 2019.

Women's Fund Presents 2018...The Power of Philanthropy

Donna Kleczka was an outstanding Event Chair.  She had an active Committee that created a fabulous experience.  Thank you for coming…hope you are using your philanthropy power!

Why the Women's Fund?

Because it keeps women at the center of the conversation.  Please support our mission of advancing equity for women.

We are committed to activating philanthropy

to advance equity for women.

About Our Organization


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.