What does it mean to be an effective, involved philanthropist? We invite you to find out. Immerse yourself in an issue you feel passionate about.
The power to fund programs on behalf of women that change the future of other women is profound.
10 REASONS TO JOIN
Meet our Members
By increasing opportunities for women and girls and challenging institutional barriers to
the Foundation is making a significant impact on our community—and a significant impact on our members.
See what our members have to say:
With two small children and a full-time job, finding time to do anything else is next to impossible. I have gained and grown so much by being involved with the foundation. It has been worth every second of my time. Rachel Roscow
By becoming a member, not only did I find a more fulfilling, direct way to give charity, but I found my community – a group of dynamic women who come together with commonalities and differences. I have learned a tremendous amount. Amy Brendler
Being a part of TOWF has enabled me to have a real say in where my charitable contribution is going rather than just writing a check. Jill Klein
It is a wonderful feeling to have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. Linda Herman
We give money, yes; but the true measure of our work is found not in our checkbooks but in our
on behalf of those women and girls whose voices haven’t been heard.
The voice of many women together is the most powerful way to improve the lives of women and girls.
Pillar Trustees, like all trustees of the Foundation, are encouraged to join committees, attend educational events, and assist in the annual process of making grants to organizations that are pursuing social change for women and girls.
Heritage Trustees advance the continuous growth and security of the foundation by contributing a larger annual amount to the endowment.
Legacy Trustees are trustees in perpetuity, along with her daughter(s), daughter(s)-in-law, and granddaughter(s), assuring generations within a family will have a significant voice in determining the direction of the Foundation and its grantmaking process.
$1,500 per year for three years, to become a Covenant Trustee
Covenant Trustees enjoy all of the same privileges as Pillar Trustees.