Put your talents to work for the lives of Iowa’s women and girls today and build your resume, network with like minded people, and hone your skills! The Iowa Women’s Foundation is always in need of talented individuals to help us fulfill our mission.
Although, we are headquartered in Coralville, the Iowa Women’s Foundation is a statewide women’s foundation working to improve the lives of ALL of Iowa’s women and girl’s through our statewide network of regional teams.
Chicks for Change – Cedar Valley: This dedicated group of supporters in the Cedar Valley was founded over a decade ago by residents of the area who were passionate about the work of the Iowa Women’s Foundation. Together, the group members help increase awareness about IWF’s work and build its philanthropy so ALL of Iowa’s women and girls can be economically successful.
Chicks for Change – Des Moines: Building on the success of Chicks for Change, IWF is launching additional local teams. In its third year, the Des Moines team is instrumental in increasing awareness about IWF’s work and building its philanthropy so ALL of Iowa’s women and girls can be economically successful.
If you are interested in organizing a local team in your area, please contact us at email@example.com
Professional services: This important group of people use their professional talents to benefit the Foundation. They include graphic design, printing, photography, marketing, public relations, human resources, finance, investment and technology.
Event Support: If you have a special talent working on events, let us know! The Women’s Foundation has several committees that support two events annually.
Annual Luncheon: The Annual Luncheon is held in the fall each year and is the largest fundraising event for the Iowa Women’s Foundation.
“Ovation” Publication: This signature tribute publication recognizes and celebrates women and girls throughout Iowa providing and opportunity to raise much needed funds for IWF’s work. You can honor that special woman in your life—and improve the lives of many others. The publication is unveiled at a genuine “feel good” event in Cedar Rapids, Cedar Falls and Des Moines.
Community Review Panels: CRP’s work in teams to review annual grant applications and make recommendations to the Grants Committee for funding. If you are interested in being a part of this important work, please complete the fillable CRP application form and submit no later than May 1.
Community Engagement: Members of the Community Engagement Committee promote the vision and research of the Foundation through community engagement and public awareness activities. The current focus is the Building Community Child Care Solutions Collaborative.
Development: This Committee’s major role is to develop and oversee the implementation of the Board’s fundraising strategies, both for annual operating funds and any major campaigns.
Finance: This committee is responsible for developing and overseeing the Foundation’s financial operations.
Grant Allocation: Participate in grant awards decision-making by serving on a community review panel.
Marketing & PR: The Marketing & PR Committee works to let people know who we are and what we do and to get people involved.
Research: The Research committee collects and analyzes data to help the Foundation tell their story.