BY DONNA M. OWENS · UPDATED NOVEMBER 2, 2021
Countless Southern Black women have helped build America and lead, working to uplift in civil rights, politics, education, social justice and other arenas.
Now some Southern Black women leaders are using philanthropy as part of the fight for transformational change to benefit the South and the nation, overall.
WFS is a 501(c)3 organization for women and girls of color in the South, and led by the same, founded on the principle that solutions are often held by those closest to the problem. WFS raises funds for active programs, services, and resources for women and girls of color and their families to stimulate building health, wealth, and power, and will serve women of color in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Penny Guyon - [email protected]
Tashion Macon - [email protected]