Founding Mothers’ First Visit to Women’s Fund’s New Home!

The Women’s Fund excitedly welcomed the Founding Mother’s to the year’s first in-person meeting at the Fund’s new space on 65 William Street, New Bedford. Joanne Murray, Executive Director, and The WF staff and Founding Mothers met over lunch and discussed the goals and plans for the remainder of 2021.

(from left to right: Kate Fentress, Nancy Kurtz, Marcy Wintrub, Executive Director Joanne Murray, Priscilla Ditchfield, Nan Johnson, Chrissie Bascom, and Rachael Kolb. Not pictured: Bettina Borders, Nancy Braitmayer, and Anna Whitcomb.)

The Color of Justice

Last week, my daughter unknowingly passed a counterfeit $100 bill. Yes, she passed a counterfeit bill. The bill she used to buy some hair products

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Women made history on January 20, 2021

Today, Justice Sonia Maria Sotomayor, the first woman of color to serve on the United States Supreme Court, will swear in Kamala Harris, the first woman of color and the first woman of Asian heritage, as the Vice President of the United States!

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We imagine a world in which women and girls are valued and their voices heard.

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The success of women and girls ripples through the community to make a more just place for all.

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Local women helping local women. We advocate, we advance. Our collective voice initiates change.

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