It’s not just about where we are today;
it’s about where we want to be tomorrow!
If you need more information, click here for an enlarged version of the AAUW Funds graphic with links to explain the causes that the funds support. Feel free to print the graphic or just read it online. If you have questions, you can email Colorado’s AAUW Funds Chair, Marilyn Zimmerman, at email@example.com.
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If so, please be sure to mention that you read about these funds and programs on the AAUW of Douglas County, CO web site. Then we will receive credit for our part in helping you to find a worthwhile place to give your donation.
If you want to give online, click here for the electronic AAUW National donation form. Thank you for your generosity.
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AAUW, P.O. Box 98045, Washington, DC 20090-8045
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We want to thank all of our donors and members for their generous financial support and personal commitment to the missions of AAUW.
The following list is a summation of the funds:
The AAUW Fund (#9110) supports all of the funds below with distribution going to the fund with the greatest need.
The Legal Advocacy Fund (#3999) supports the protection of the legal rights of those who are facing discrimination.
The Educational Opportunities Fund (#4336) supports educational and lifelong learning opportunities that give women a chance for a lifetime of success.
The Public Policy Fund (#4337) supports advocacy for public policies and laws that are fair to women.
The Eleanor Roosevelt Fund (#9170) supports AAUW research to provide analysis, data, and accurate information about issues that are important to women and girls.
The Leadership Programs Fund (#4339) supports programs that develop women’s potential to lead in their schools, communities, and country.