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Binder of Women Launch Party!

June 2, 2017

Join us as we launch our new pipeline to leadership for Montana women! Co-Hosts: Jeanne Sayer Moseley, Kim Shappee and Ross Mollenhauer, Sara Rinfret, Jennifer Boyer and Jeff Crouch, Holly…

The Women’s Foundation’s Grant Cycle is Now Open!

April 1, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 31, 2017 CONTACT: Jen Euell, Program Director, Women’s Foundation of Montana (406) 461-7695, Women’s Foundation Announces New Grant Opportunities to Close the Gender Wage Gap Nonprofits…

WFM Featured in 406 Woman

March 20, 2017

Check out this great article on the Women’s Foundation, PowerHouse Montana and Program Director, Jen Euell, in the latest edition of 406 Woman Magazine.  Pages 8-10.

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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Women's Foundation of Montana17 hours ago
#MeToo. In case you're wondering, the twitter storm called "Me Too" began last night in response to a tweet by Alyssa Milano suggesting, "If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote "Me too." as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem. #MeToo" And women have followed her suggestion, 25,000 and counting. The magnitude of the problem is becoming painfully clear. We see you.
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Women's Foundation of Montana4 days ago
A new law bans questions about salary history in the hiring process in CA. This law is one more step toward gender equity in pay.
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Women's Foundation of Montana5 days ago
Research shows that one of the primary causes of the pay gap is that women's labor is simply valued less. When more women move into a profession, the average salaries go down. When more men move into a profession, the average saleries go up.®ion=FixedLeft&pgtype=article