Be part of the start
Celebrate the next 40
years and beyond
The National Women’s Political
Caucus is celebrating its NEXT 40
years and beyond by launching the
NWPC Foundation to secure the
future of the organization.
Celebrate the dawning of the political equality century
Your donation to the new National Women’s Political Caucus Foundation helps put the Caucus
among leadership organizations working to make this the Political Equality Century.
To become a Founder, donate $2,000 (or more), which can be paid in full, or paid $500 a year for four
years. (We send reminders.) Founders receive recognition on the growing Founders list. Use your
own name and/or donate to honor someone.
We are also seeking major donations, an opportunity to create a separate fund beginning at
$100,000 that can be named by the donor, who can select the direction for the fund.
Or help launch this exciting project with a supporting gift of $25, $50 or $100. Donations of any
amount are cheerfully received.
All donations are tax-deductible. The board opened the Foundation at the Greater Kansas City
Community Foundation, the seventh largest Community Foundation in the U.S. and number one
among Community Foundations for the amount of money donated every year.
The National Women’s Political Caucus of Greater Kansas City, opened a Foundation here 12 years
ago, and enjoys working with this major, and very accessible woman-run Foundation.
We are inspired by the American Association of University Women (AAUW), founded in 1881. This
early women’s leadership organization began its Foundation years ago. Their Foundation grew
quickly to $1 million and is now a $150 million plus endowment that ensures national staff and
support for important programs and initiatives.
The National Women's
Political Caucus was
founded in 1971 to
political equality. You
may have been there in
your shades and minis.
You can be there for the
next generation of
women in politics with
your long-term financial
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