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.
We spoke to Mary Purvis, Chair Elect at the Women’s Foundation and speaker at our training event She’s on Board, about nonprofit board service and why She’s on Board is such a valuable resource.
“I think there’s a certain magic that happens when you bring two women from Mississippi together. Especially two creative Black women, from Mississippi. You’re going to have some magic there.”
Comedienne, veteran, proud Mississippian, and Women of Vision honoree, Rita Brent talks about the upcoming Visionaries event and shares her thoughts on what it means to be a Woman of Vision.
For friends, families, and communities, December is full of spirit, gift-giving, and reflection. The same is true for the Women’s Foundation. We’re taking time this month to reflect on the year’s progress and rejoice at the support we’ve received to make a game-changing impact for Mississippi’s women and girls. And while we’re proud of the progress we’ve made, there is still more work to be done to ensure all Mississippi women and girls have the tools they need to thrive. Learn more about how your support has helped us improve outcomes for women across the state.
This month, people, public health organizations, nonprofits, and community health organizations across the country are sharing reasons why to say “thanks” to birth control. But what is Thanks, Birth Control Day and why does it matter?
There is no better way to engage your community and create more opportunities for women and girls in the state than by engaging in public policy. But what is public policy and how can you get involved? We spoke to Alicia Netterville, principal at Acclivity Group and former Deputy Director and Policy Director of ACLU […]