Dads for Daughters

Dads for Daughter (D4D) furthers The Women’s Foundation of Colorado’s mission by connecting supportive dads, granddads, uncles, brothers, and all men together to advance and accelerate economic opportunities for Colorado’s women and their families.

It takes the power of many voices, resources, and advocates to build a better world for women and their families. Men are essential. Dads for Daughters also provides a platform for meaningful conversations about philanthropy and causes you care about. D4D supporters and the women and girls they honor with their gifts come together to learn and connect at an annual gathering.

Vijay & Sonam Kotte"I can’t wait for a world where my daughter is safe, free to live her dreams, and achieve her potential. And I know I must play a role in creating that world." - Vijay Kotte, WFCO trustee, and his daughter, Sonam

Is D4D right for you?

  • You want to find a meaningful way to honor the women who are important to you – your daughters, nieces, sisters, mothers, partners, and others.
  • You want to ensure the best for the women in your life – unlimited opportunities to thrive and clear pathways to prosperity.
  • You know that women are not only “half the sky,” they are half the parents, students, and workforce in Colorado, and their success is success for everyone.

Fred & Caroline Taylor"Men need to step it up and work harder to make the world a better place for the women in our lives." - Fred Taylor, WFCO honorary trustee, and his daughter, Caroline

Men + Women.
Together. We thrive!

Thanks to the generosity of Fred Taylor, WFCO Trustee John Ikard, and WFCO supporters Ward and Karen Polzin, gifts to Dads for Daughters will be matched up to $75,000! Give today or, for more information, contact Renee Ferrufino, vice president of development, at reneef@wfco.org or 303-285-2969.

1901 East Asbury Avenue
Denver, CO 80208
(303) 285-2960
wfco@wfco.org

OUR MISSION

Catalyzing community to advance and accelerate economic opportunities for Colorado women and their families.

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