Fostering Philanthropy

Inspiring and educating women to become leaders in philanthropy is a key component of the WRWF mission. The better we become at identifying and addressing community needs, the more effective we’ll be at maximizing our impact.

We offer multiple learning opportunities throughout the year.

Here’s What’s Coming Up

Check back soon for more events!

Click here to view a recording of the “State of the Valley, 2021” which was aired live from The Community Library on January 12th, 2021.

Past Events

Ruby Garcia at Winter Forum| Sun Valley, ID| Wood River Womens Foundation
Education Archives

State of The Valley, 2021

A Winter Forum Sponsored by the Wood River Women's Foundation with The Community Library Aired: Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 Click here to view a recording of the presentation. Moderator: Jenny…
Education Archives

October –Education Forum on Aging and Elder Care

October –Education Forum on Aging and Elder Care   Shawna Wasko of the Office on Aging at the College of Southern Idaho On October 29, about thirty WRWF members heard…
Education Archives

FACT SHEET The Children of Blaine County (2015, with 2018 updates)

FACT SHEET The Children of Blaine County (2015, with 2018 updates) Family Income- There are just over 5,000 children in Blaine County (BC). Median family income for BC is $58,086. …
Education Archives

September – Lunchtime Discussion with Beth Oppenheimer

Beth Oppenheimer, Executive Director of the Idaho chapter of the Association for the Education of Young Children, met with interested WRWF members for an Education event on September 5. Beth…
Education Archives
August – Charitable Giving Forum
A Panel Discussion on Charitable Giving for Maximum Benefit WRWF IDAHO
Education Archives
A Panel Discussion on charitable Giving for Maximum Benefit

Resources

Giving Guide Nonprofit Survey – State of the Valley, 2021

Click here to view a PDF with survey results compiled by Giving Guide of the Wood River Valley.

Equity and Justice Resources

Click here to view a PDF with resources compiled by Aki Shibuya, Operations & Membership Manager at the Washington Women’s Foundation

Posts

Knowing Our Community: Blaine County Schools

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Our school district is one of the largest year-round employers in the county, with over 500 staff. We have three elementary schools: Alturas for Woodside, Bellevue and Hailey, Hemingway STEAM…

Save the Date – Upcoming Education Event

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Upcoming Education Event The Education Committee invites you to:  Winter Forum on "The State of Our Valley" with a panel of local experts Monday, January 13th, 3pm - 5:30pm The…

Catalist PowerUp 2020 Conference

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National conference of women's collective giving organizations focused on increasing our collective knowledge of effective responses to address community needs by sharing new ways of thinking about  philanthropy. Visit: https://catalistwomen.org/event-3306892