Over $296,939 has been granted for 2016.
$246,789 in Pooled Grants + $50,150 in Member Designated Gifts
The WRWF inspires and educates women to become leaders in philanthropy and brings significant, positive change to the community by pooling and distributing its members’ resources.
to our members of WRWF for supporting pooled giving in order to create
positive social change in our community.
Wood River Women’s Foundation 2016 Grant Recipients
The Wood River Women’s Foundation conducts its pooled grant fund process once each year beginning in the fall. We consider applications from nonprofit organizations in Blaine County.
* Funding for endowments and projects outside Blaine County will not be considered.
We look forward to working with you on this process. For more information, please contact us at- firstname.lastname@example.org
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New Member Orientation
Après Ski Tea
February 16, 2017 4:00 – 5:30 PM
At Renata Beguin’s home:
581 Paint Brush Lane, Ketchum
( Hulen Meadows Area)
This is a new-member orientation with a conversation about our organization and is open to all members and guests.
All are welcome to attend!
You are invited to Attend the
Wood River Women’s Foundation’s
Winter Educational Forum
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
The Valley Club
Power of Purpose: A workshop for WRWF Members
Don’t miss this engaging workshop. Women’s funds have been leaders in the world of social change philanthropy and Chris is the former CEO of the Women’s Funding Network which had assets over $500 million. Members and guests will discover how their giving can impact social change.
Make your reservation today by clicking on this link. The cost is $20 per person, payable by credit card or check to WRWF, PO Box 3686, Ketchum, Idaho 83340.
Guests are welcome. See you at the Valley Club!
2016 ‘A year in the life of the WRWF’
The Wood River Women’s Foundation engages women in the power of collective giving. We are a membership organization with almost 300 women who, each year, make a commitment to the people of Blaine County. Together we direct and pool our talents and our funds in support of local nonprofit organizations, helping them to seek effective solutions to persistent problems and community challenges.
Through informed grant-making, our members expand their knowledge of the non-profits and the needs within our valley. We invest in the Wood River Valley by strengthening the social, economic, and cultural fabric of our community through philanthropy.
Our Mission: The WRWF inspires and educates women to become leaders in philanthropy and bring significant, positive change to the community by pooling and distributing its members’ resources.
Message from the President
Here’s to another 11 years of giving in the valley. We are so proud of the impact we have made in the lives of our local families in so many ways. And it’s all because of you, our members of WRWF! Thank you for continuing your support of the WRWF by investing in our community.