October 21, 2019 @ 5:30PM — 7:30PM – Mississippi Museum of Art Celebrate visionary Mississippi women and learn more about about the work of the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi! Mingle over cocktails and delicious appetizers with accomplished change makers and those who are breaking new ground for women and girls in Mississippi! Meet members of […]
The Women’s Foundation of Mississippi, the only grant making and advocacy organization in the state entirely dedicated to funding programs that improve the lives of women and girls statewide, is launching the Mississippi Women’s Policy Institute (WPI) and accepting applications for its first class of fellows. The Women’s Policy Institute is a policy advocacy and […]
Invest in Mississippi Moms this Mother’s Day Create a long-lasting impact for women and girls across our state while honoring your mom at the same time! This Mother’s Day, honor an important woman in your life, or her memory, by supporting programs that uplift women across our state. For your donation of $25, $50, or […]
The Women’s Foundation of Mississippi, in partnership with the Junior League of Jackson, is proud to offer this leadership program for ALL Mississippi women interested in board service! This event returns for a second year after a highly successful launch in June 2018. This board governance and training program will give women the tools they […]
Thrive @ Work will showcase businesses with innovative workplace policies and discuss their positive impacts for both the employee and employer. During the luncheon, a panel of business leaders will share their experiences, both successes and challenges, to foster discussion and learning. MAY 7, 2019 The Westin-Jackson 11:30am-1:00pm With your support, the Women’s Foundation […]
Please join the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi as we partner with the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation for our final Consider This panel of 2018: Leading Beyond Gender and Race. Join us for the intergenerational leadership discourse rooted in our unique personal stories and experiences. We’ve chosen the new Mississippi Civil Rights Museum as […]
The Women’s Foundation of Mississippi, a public grantmaking foundation focused on improving conditions for women and girls across the state, announced grant awards totaling $285,000 for eleven Mississippi-based nonprofit agencies and programs.
The Women’s Foundation of Mississippi will host their annual Women of Vision event and celebrate the 2018 honorees. Meet past Women of Vision and current Board members as the foundation introduces their 2018 class of grantees. Mix and mingle during this cocktail party while learning more about the important work of the Women’s Foundation. […]
WFM’s “Consider This” panel discussions provide conversations with experts on a variety of topics. Join us on August 23, for our next discussion on mindfulness and mental health. In partnership with Mindful Therapy- Dr. Megan Clapton, Dr. Ali Brown, and Dr. Sonya Shipley we will discuss self-care strategies to promote mental health and well-being in […]
JOIN THE WOMEN’S FOUNDATION OF MISSISSIPPI FOR OUR NEW FUNDRAISING LUNCHEON: Thrive @ Work. Thrive @ Work will showcase businesses with inventive workplace policies and discuss their positive impacts for both the employee and employer. During the luncheon, a panel of business leaders will share their experiences, both successes and challenges, to foster discussion […]
‘SHE’S ON BOARD’ A BOARD TRAINING PROGRAM FOR WOMEN The Women’s Foundation of Mississippi, in partnership with the Junior League of Jackson, introduces this BRAND NEW leadership program for ALL Mississippi women interested in board service. This board governance and training program will give women the tools they need to succeed and lead in the […]
The Mississippi Legislature has adjourned sine die for the 2018 regular legislative session. We rounded up the bills that matter to you most and have provided an explanation and a status update on each of them in our legislative recap! Stay up-to-date about what’s going on at the State Capitol. Read the 2018 Legislative Review.