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Women’s Foundation Holds Billings Event to Announce $75,000+ in New Grants

July 13, 2016

Supporters gathered in Billings to celebrate the Women’s Foundation of Montana’s $75,0000+ of new investments in closing the wage gap and working toward economic independence for women and girls.

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March 3, 2016

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Register for Our Women & Negotiations Workshop Today

February 24, 2016

Women & Negotiations: Learn to Negotiate for What You Are Worth: March 15th, 11-1, Missoula.

Women’s Foundation of Montana Hosts Lunch and Learn

January 21, 2016

The Women’s Foundation of Montana held an educational presentation on the Status of Women in Montana in Great Falls.

Women’s Foundation Announces $70,000+ in Grants

September 30, 2015

Women’s Foundation grants funds in support of STEM Programming, job training, wage negotiation workshops, policy change and more.  

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This week marked the 96th anniversary of women achieving the right to vote in America. A right that was secured at high cost by lifetimes of hard work and sacrifice. The best thanks? Vote, friend. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, young women in America grow up knowing that not only can they cast a vote, but they can also run for office. They can help shape the very democracy that once left them out. For these women, and for generations of women to come, we continue the fight for a more equal America. On #WomensEqualityDay, it's important that we recognize the accomplishments of all the women who came before us—and rededicate ourselves to expanding opportunity for women and girls everywhere.

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Happy Women's Equality Day! Today is #WomensEqualityDay, the anniversary of the 1920 certification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, granting women the right to vote. ... See MoreSee Less

Presidential Proclamation, Women's Equality Day, 2016: "In the many decades since suffragists organized and mobilized, countless advocates and leaders have picked up the mantle and moved our Nation and our world forward. Today, young women in America grow up knowing an historic truth -- that not only can they cast a vote, but they can also run for office and help shape the very democracy that once left them out. For these women, and for generations of women to come, we must keep building a more equal America -- whether through the stories we tell about our Nation's history or the faces we display on our country's currency. On Women's Equality Day, as we recognize the accomplishments that so many women fought so hard to achieve, we rededicate ourselves to tackling the challenges that remain and expanding opportunity for women and girls everywhere." - via The White House bit.ly/2bkoSPS

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Thanks for coming out last night in support of Montana women and girls Great Falls! And thanks to Trailblazer Sheila Rice and Rising Star Courtney Cowgill for sharing their stories! When women and girls prosper, communities thrive! ... See MoreSee Less

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