Chicago Foundation for Women is a leading convener of women in Chicago. Check out our upcoming events below. All of our events, including those hosted by our Giving Councils, are open to the public unless otherwise specified.
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Thank you for joining Chicago Foundation for Women at our 30th Anniversary Luncheon and Symposium! It was our most successful luncheon to date and that […]
Through a generous grant from Crown Family Philanthropies and The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust, with additional support from the Polk Bros. Foundation, Chicago Foundation for […]
Join us for the YWGC ThanksGIVING Celebration: Cooking Edition! We will learn new Thanksgiving cooking skills a the Whole Foods Cooking Center in Lincoln Park […]
30th ANNIVERSARY NORTH SHORE HOUSE PARTY SPONSORS PATRON SPONSORS ($1,000) Suzanne and Dan Kanter Gail and Harry Ludewig
Foundation announces fall 2014 grants to nonprofit programs that work to improve women and girls’ economic security and reproductive justice CHICAGO, IL (January 5, 2015) […]
Fall 2015 launch will raise awareness, enhance opportunities, elevate women and girls CHICAGO, IL (JANUARY 13, 2015) Chicago Foundation for Women is leading a city-wide effort […]
Chicago Foundation for Women (CFW) is celebrating its 30th birthday by leading a city-wide effort to identify the most pressing issues facing women and girls […]
Chicago Foundation for Women recently announced that Agnes Meneses, one of Chicago’s leading voices for survivors of domestic violence and their families, would join the […]
Our CEO/President, K. Sujata was featured on Comcast Newsmakers to discuss safety and health for women. Comcast Newsmakers is a unique news platform where local, […]
By K. Sujata, Chicago Foundation for Women Posted on rhrealitycheck.org We used to speak of a social safety net. Today, that net is rapidly fraying, and […]
THE SITUATION: Chicago Foundation for Women (CFW) has worked on the challenges facing women and girls for years, and while we’ve made some progress, women […]
Eli Marsh, CFW’s new Philanthropic Education Officer Chicago Foundation for Women recently announced that Eli Marsh would join the organization in the role of Philanthropic Education […]
This month, we also introduce our three co-chairs for the Luncheon. Meet Mary Dillon, Chief Executive Officer, Ulta Beauty; Jerry Newton (Grace Allen Newton), Attorney […]
By: K. Sujata, President/CEO of Chicago Foundation for Women Originally posted in Crain’s Chicago Business Nearly two-thirds of Americans think the distribution of income and […]
30TH ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON Celebrate Progress (Pictured above L to R: Eleanor Peterson, Marcie Love and Jo Moore – CFW’s 5th Anniversary) We’ve come a […]
FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT Breaking Bias I am biased. Turns out most of us are. Women can be biased against other women. Not […]
By Carrie Maxwell With a dream of improving the lives of Chicago-area women and girls facing a variety of challenges, four leaders of Chicago’s philanthropic […]
By K. Sujata, Chicago Foundation for Women CEO/President A flurry of recent announcements among high-profile companies and their leaders signal that the value of paid […]
By Heidi Stevens, Chicago Tribune Ashley Judd has every reason to be cynical, particularly about our treatment of girls. The movie star and activist has […]
By Carrie Maxwell, Windy City Times Chicago Foundation for Women ( CFW ) celebrated its 30th anniversary with a symposium and luncheon, featuring a keynote […]
By K. Sujata Originally featured in Crain’s Chicago Business Over the past year, the Chicago Foundation for Women has been asking a lot of […]
By Maudlyne Ihejirika Originally appeared in The Chicago Sun-Times When actress Jennifer Lawrence, writing last month in fellow actress Lena Dunham’s feminist newsletter, expressed outrage […]
By K. Sujata If you’ve seen the news or have read the headlines, you know Illinois is in a state of crisis right now. The […]
Chicago Foundation for Women is a leading convener of women in Chicago. Check out our upcoming events below.
All of our events, including those hosted by our Giving Councils, are open to the public unless otherwise specified.
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