Texas Women's Foundation invests in women and girls to empower women's philanthropy and build a better world. In 2013, Texas Women's Foundation began a comprehensive fundraising campaign, the Unlocking Leadership Campaign, to improve the future of North Texas by investing in the economic security and leadership potential of women and girls with an ambitious $50 million goal.
There are many ways that Texas Women's Foundation invites you to make an investment in advancing the lives of women and girls in our community. All gifts — whether through events, endowments, or joining a giving society — make a ripple effect by transforming the lives of individuals, families, and communities. Head here for a comprehensive list of ways to give.
Featuring a top-notch speaker, the Annual Luncheon attracts more than 1,500 of the community's most influential business and philanthropic leaders, decision makers, and individuals, and is one of the top luncheons in Dallas. The other event, Leadership Forum & Awards Dinner, recognizes leaders who have positively impacted the lives of women and girls with the Maura Women Helping Women and Young Leader Awards.
The XIX Society — named for Texas Women's Foundation's 19 founders — is a giving society for philanthropists who believe that the surest way to create concrete solutions in our community is by investing in women and girls. By contributing annually at one of the XIX Society levels, members are partnering with Texas Women's Foundation to unleash the power of the ripple effect, and their gift is an investment in women's economic security, leadership, education, health, and safety. Benefits include networking opportunities and being able to participate in the selection of the XIX Society grant recipient.