WFA is seeking a summer intern to assist in the implementation of the board’s communications plan through social media posts, event promotion, and collateral design. Part-time for summer 2016.
Arkansas Women’s Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the history of our state’s trailblazing women. Nomination deadline: May 13, 2016
I’m sure that everyone who supports WFA is also a huge fan of the way more and more companies are both public about their charitable giving and many are allowing their customers to have a say in where these donations are given. Amazon does this through their AmazonSmile program.
Thanks to the generous support of 64 donors, the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas raised $19,078 in the 12-hour Arkansas Gives event this year!
Donate through Arkansas Gives today to maximize the impact of your support for WFA’s work to teach, inspire, and change the story of Arkansas’s women and girls!
WFA is pleased to announce the hiring of our new Executive Director, Anna Beth Gorman, who will officially join the staff on April, 4!
150 eighth grade girls from all across Arkansas attended the 2016 Girls of Promise conference to learn about careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
WFA and 12 collaborating organizations convened a statewide summit, Changing the Story: Improving the Status of Women and Girls in Arkansas on March 4, 2016 at the Clinton School of Public Service.
On March 8, WFA’s Northwest Arkansas Advisory Council hosted a screening of “The Empowerment Project” on the University of Arkansas campus and asked folks “What could we accomplish if we weren’t afraid to fail”?
Join us for an evening with the directors of The Empowerment Project, a film that challenges all of us to ask ourselves – “What would you do if you weren’t afraid to fail?” The WFA’s Northwest Arkansas Council will host a screening of the film followed by a Q&A with the directors themselves. A silent auction will kick-off the evening and feature hand-painted purses designed by local artists. Proceeds will allow all 8th grade girls in NWA to see this impactful film.