Transformation Over Transaction.

Giving Collective

WFSA’s Giving Collective is an innovative philanthropic movement that allows for equitable fundraising from people invested in our shared vision of an Arizona where women and girls of all identities thrive.

Our holistic fundraising approach is centered on the community to foster mutual support between donors, the community, and other nonprofit partners. We aim to shift philanthropy from transaction to transformation to create impact.

WFSA’s Philanthropy model:

WFSA adopts the philanthropic model of community-based giving provided by Community-Centric Fundraising which is: 

  • Grounded in equity and social justice.
  • Is rooted in partnership; We treat donors as partners and value transparency. All stakeholders, from staff to board to volunteers, are vital to the success of our mission. 
  • Supports nonprofit work in our communities. There is space for us all to do the important work of addressing needs to strengthen communities. 

The Giving Collective experience includes: 

  • Acknowledgments based on donor-community relationships; not dollar amounts. 
  • Authentic connections with other WFSA donors, staff, and the community we support.
  • Year-round communication for Giving Collective members to stay engaged in the WFSA community and advocacy work. 

Become a WFSA Giving Collective member today with your gift of any amount.
Together, we can contribute to lasting change.

With your tax-deductible gift, you support an expansive community of gender and racial justice efforts in our state.

If you prefer to send your gift by mail, please send a check payable to Women’s Foundation for the State of Arizona to:
Women’s Foundation for the State of Arizona
7090 N Oracle Road Ste 178, PMB 2024

Tucson, AZ 85704

If you prefer to make your gift by phone or to learn about other ways to give to the Women’s Foundation, including gifts of stock or Donor-Advised Funds, please call Lori Hunt at (520) 849-6588 or email

Our tax-exempt EIN is 31-1660702.
Your gift may qualify as a charitable deduction. (Please consult your tax adviser or the IRS to determine whether your contribution is deductible.)