This year has seen great progress for Mississippi’s women and girls. From new in-person events to change-making grantees, your support has helped us pave the way for better opportunities for women and their families across the state. Learn more about how your support has helped us improve outcomes for Mississippi women—and why now is the perfect time to give.
For friends, families, and communities, Thanksgiving holidays are full of light, giving, and gratitude. The same is true for the Women’s Foundation. We’re taking time this month to lift up all of the things we’re grateful for and offer thanks to our partners, Giving Circle members, and everyone else who has supported our work!
With experts speaking on emerging AI, the impact of women’s economic success, and the link between retention and accessible childcare, this year’s Thrive @ Work is shaping up to be a great event! Get a sneak peek of the afternoon’s discussion in this Q&A.
Margaret Oertling Cupples, a board member of the Women's Foundation of Mississippi (WFM), published an op-ed in the Mississippi Business Journal that shows the value of investing in women.
After nearly seven years as Executive Director of the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi, Tracy DeVries announces her departure from the Foundation.
Job description for the Women's Foundation's Executive Director.
Learn more about this signature program that gives all Mississippi women the chance to change the tide on poor health outcomes in the state.
Before showing up to the polls on August 8, get up to speed on what issues need your support and connect to helpful voting resources.
Staying ahead on ways to attract and retain talent matters now more than ever. That's where Thrive @ Work comes in.
In this article, we’ll share a few ways our grants have helped support organizations across Mississippi and discuss the ways uplifting women and girls can uplift our state.
In this article, we’ll spotlight a few graduates from Meridian Community College’s Helping Healthy Eagles (HHE) program and discuss how these women will go on to make a greater impact in our state.
Check out our Q&A with our Chair Elect and speaker at our training event She’s on Board, Mary Purvis, about nonprofit board service and why She’s on Board is such a valuable resource for Mississippi women.